Psychopathic, but not thick: Temporal and prefrontal gray matter thinning in psychopaths

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Psychopathic, but not thick: Temporal and prefrontal gray matter thinning in psychopaths. / De Brito, Stephane; Viding, E.

In: Cellscience Reviews, Vol. 6, No. 1, 2009.

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title = "Psychopathic, but not thick: Temporal and prefrontal gray matter thinning in psychopaths",
abstract = "Over the last decade, structural Magnetic Resonance Imaging (sMRI) of thebrain has helped us to better understand the neurobiological underpinnings ofpsychopathy. The June issue of Molecular Psychiatry featured the first sMRIstudy using cortical pattern-matching to examine cortical gray matterthickness in psychopathy. This commentary briefly discusses themethodological strength of this study and how its findings have contributed tothe existing sMRI evidence base of psychopathy biomarkers.",
author = "{De Brito}, Stephane and E. Viding",
year = "2009",
language = "English",
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journal = "Cellscience Reviews",
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AU - De Brito, Stephane

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JO - Cellscience Reviews

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