Judit Inántsy-Pap

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BACKGROUND Social and emotional deficits were recently considered as inherent features of individuals with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), but only sporadic literature data exist on emotion recognition in adolescents with ADHD. The aim of the present study was to establish emotion recognition profile in adolescent boys with ADHD in(More)
BACKGROUND In adult individuals with antisocial personality disorder, impairment in the recognition of fear seems established. In adolescents with conduct disorder (antecedent of antisocial personality disorder), only sporadic data were assessed, but literature data indicate alterations in the recognition of emotions. The aim of the present study was to(More)
UNLABELLED In the understanding of aggressive behaviour an important role is contributed to callous/unemotional (C/U) traits (lack of guilty and empathy, grandiose self, manipulation). C/U traits are parts of psychopathy construct. There were a growing amount of researches in last decades connected to the appearance of C/U traits among children. Cognitive,(More)
INTRODUCTION The relationship between the type of physical aggressive behavior, callous/unemotional traits and behavioral problems was extensively studied in the literature, but no similar data exist in Hungarian adolescents. AIM In the present study, the type of aggressive behavior was assessed in adolescents on a normative sample to study its(More)
BACKGROUND In adults with antisocial personality disorder, literature data indicate alterations in emotional decision making and in the working of the prefrontal cortex. Similar alterations were described in adolescents with psychopathic traits, however, a dimensional link was not established between behavioral variables and variables associated with(More)
BACKGROUND According to literature data, impairment in the recognition of emotions might be related to antisocial developmental pathway. In the present study, the relationship between gender-specific interaction of emotion recognition and conduct symptoms were studied in non-clinical adolescents. METHODS After informed consent, 29 boys and 24 girls (13-16(More)
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