Hi, this article may be useful for helping you frame the concept of healthy risk-taking. (The meaning of risk-taking – key concepts and dimensions, 2019 by Jens O. Zinn). It discusses how level of control and motives interact to have an outcome on risk-taking behaviour.
Another interesting article regarding risk-taking in adolescents due to parenting styles (Retrospective Paternal and Maternal Parenting Styles, Regulatory Self-Efficacy and Adolescent Risk Taking, 2018 by Olivari., et al)
Hi, your book chapter is really interesting! I am writing about developmental changes in emotion regulation and came across this article which might be of use to you! Specifically in relation to how the presence of a parent can mediate risk taking behaviour in childhood! I have included the full APA reference so you can find the article easily. Hope this helps and good luck!
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