Children who have difficulty with making decisions, often at the risk

Scientists have found that children aged 10-11 years, haven't learnt how to make decisions quickly, to the adolescent period will be inclined to make risky behavior. This is the conclusion of experts from the University of Oregon. All scientists have tracked the lives of 100 children, says Zee News.

If it 10-11 years the child has not learned to make independent decisions, then as a teenager he most likely will experience some problems with adaptation in the company of peers. Among these adolescents often there are cases of reckless risk taking psychoactive substances and aggressive sexual behavior.

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Scientists believe that the learning process of the child should begin at an early age and not end up to 12 years old, then you can count on the full development of the individual in adolescence.

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