As participants continue to pursue extreme sports, other motives and perceived benefits to health and well-being take precedence over its initially desired dopamine rush, researchers say.
As participants continue to pursue extreme sports, other motives and perceived benefits to health and well-being take precedence over its initially desired dopamine rush, researchers say. Bess Greenberg The New York Times
As participants continue to pursue extreme sports, other motives and perceived benefits to health and well-being take precedence over its initially desired dopamine rush, researchers say. Bess Greenberg The New York Times