Nov 28 2010

Scientists learn why some children take ridiculous risks

Published by Editor at 11:25 am under University in the Media

November 27, 2010        The Jerusalem Post

Some young children – always ready to take risks – seem to be fearless when facing dangers or challenges. Scientists now believe that at least during infancy, such behavior results from neurological causes and genetic predisposition and not educational processes or parenting practice.

University of Haifa’s Dr. Inbal Kivenson- Baron, who studied such children, says that they also show less empathy and more aggression toward their peers.

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