Auditory event related potentials in violent and nonviolent prisoners

  title={Auditory event related potentials in violent and nonviolent prisoners},
  author={Miles E. Drake and Ann Pakalnis and Modestine E. Brown and Sharon A. Hietter},
  journal={European archives of psychiatry and neurological sciences},
The neurophysiologic substrates of violence and aggression have been extensively studied. Although the EEG is often normal in violent persons any abnormalities are generally nonspecific in nature. Evoked potentials have been infrequently used to study such behavior disorders. Long latency auditory event-related potentials (AEPs) were studied in prison inmates incarcerated for unmotivated violent crimes or violence during the commission of other crimes, and in prisoners jailed for non-violent… CONTINUE READING
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