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Young brain’s reactions to food rewards may predict overeating
To get motivated, reward yourself now rather than later
New York University
‘Marshmallow test’ may not pick out successful kids, after all
How your brain decides if a reward is worth the effort
Johns Hopkins University
How to predict which Olympic athletes won’t choke
Why some people’s bad sleep doesn’t turn into depression
Your dog might want praise even more than food
The ‘little brain’ may do lots more than we thought
Could a ‘bored’ brain predict teen drug abuse?
University of Arizona
Teens tend to explore in a more ‘random’ way
Does a little impulsivity underlie how you think?
Washington University in St. Louis
Brains of depressed kids don’t react strongly to rewards
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