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06/18/2013 01:56 pm ET

Peer Pressure For Teens Paves The Path To Adulthood - WSJ.com

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New studies on peer pressure suggest that teens -- who often seem to follow each other like lemmings -- may do so because their brains derive more pleasure from social acceptance than adult brains, and not because teens are less capable of making rational decisions.

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