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Adolescent development encompasses an ostensible paradox in threat processing. Risk taking increases dramatically after the onset of puberty, contributing to a 200% increase in mortality. Yet, pubertal maturation is associated with increased reactivity in threatavoidance systems. In the first part of this paper we propose a heuristic model of adolescent affective development that may help to reconcile aspects of this paradox, which focuses on hypothesized pubertal increases in the capacity todoi:10.1016/j.dcn.2014.01.004 pmid:24548554 pmcid:PMC4227085 fatcat:5ic6fwv3hvgxtiq54rgxy3qtue