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Study finds psychopaths have distinct brain structure

A brain scan shows areas of reduced gray matter volume in the medial prefrontal cortex of the brain of the psychopathic group of antisocial men compared to the non-psychopathic group of antisocial men. REUTERS/Institute of Psychiatry King's College London/Handout

A brain scan shows areas of reduced gray matter volume in the medial prefrontal cortex of the brain of the psychopathic group of antisocial men compared to the non-psychopathic group of antisocial men. REUTERS/Institute of Psychiatry King's College...more

A brain scan shows areas of reduced gray matter volume in the medial prefrontal cortex of the brain of the psychopathic group of antisocial men compared to the non-psychopathic group of antisocial men. REUTERS/Institute of Psychiatry King's College London/Handout
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A brain scan shows areas of reduced gray matter volume in the temporal pole of the brain of the psychopathic group of antisocial men compared to the non-psychopathic group of antisocial men. REUTERS/Institute of Psychiatry King's College London/Handout

A brain scan shows areas of reduced gray matter volume in the temporal pole of the brain of the psychopathic group of antisocial men compared to the non-psychopathic group of antisocial men. REUTERS/Institute of Psychiatry King's College...more

A brain scan shows areas of reduced gray matter volume in the temporal pole of the brain of the psychopathic group of antisocial men compared to the non-psychopathic group of antisocial men. REUTERS/Institute of Psychiatry King's College London/Handout
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