Washington: Does jumping off a cliff or skydiving excite you? Scientists have now found that the urge to do exciting things lies in your genes in the dopamine system."Not everyone who’s high on sensation seeking becomes a drug addict. They may become an Army Ranger or an artist. It’s all in how you channel it," said Jaime Derringer, a student at the University of Minnesota.
Eventually these methods could lead to tests that might help predict whether someone is likely to have problems later, and whether there should be early intervention to guide them down a healthier path.The study is published in Psychological Science. ANI
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