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Self-reported childhood family adversity is linked to an attenuated gain of trust during adolescence
A longstanding proposal in developmental research is that childhood family experiences provide a template that shapes the emergence of a capacity for trust-based social relationships. Here, by leveraging longitudinal data from a large cohort of healthy adolescents (n=570, aged 14-25), that includes computational decision-making and psychometric data, we characterise typical developmental trajectories of trust behaviour, as well as individual differences therein. Extending on previousdoi:10.31234/osf.io/34vnx fatcat:d73wjcmpu5hczhyzdnvqh745ta