Neuroimaging study of social interaction with delinquent adolescents

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Adolescent antisocial personality disorder is readily recognized; those who suffer from it readily inflict serious physical and psychological harm on both themselves and others. However, the underlying neural processes are still largely unknown. Research at the University of Leiden and the Max Planck Institute for Human Development may have pinpointed a possible explanation: Brain regions responsible for social information processing and impulse control are less developed.

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