Xueting Wang is a Research Associate at the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Children and Families over the Life Course at the University of Sydney. She is a behavioural economist interested in self-control problems, valuation of rewards, and decision-making in adolescence. In her research she takes an interdisciplinary perspective and her work is inspired by theory and empirical findings from economics, psychology, and neuroscience.
The years of living dangerously: can adolescents be encouraged away from risky behaviour?
Adolescence is a dangerous time, how can we help prompt young adults into making safer choices?