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MRI Study Shows Brains of Young People With Severe Behavioural Problems ‘Wired Differently’

News   May 02, 2018 | Original Story from the University of Bath

 
MRI Study Shows Brains of Young People With Severe Behavioural Problems ‘Wired Differently’

Using MRI techniques, the team behind the latest study analysed what role the amygdala - a key part of the brain involved in understanding others’ emotions - plays for individuals with Conduct Disorder. Credit: The University of Bath

 
 
 

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