Recent advances and hypotheses regarding the neural networks involved in cruelty and pathological aggression
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 29 (3):234-234 (2006)
Functional neuroimaging studies allow examination of the cerebral networks involved in human behavior. For pathological aggression, several studies have reported a involvement of frontal and temporal areas, reflecting disruption of emotional regulatory systems. Recent genetic studies that bring together reward system dysfunction and violent behavior.
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