Differences in social cognition between male prisoners with antisocial personality or psychotic disorder

  title={Differences in social cognition between male prisoners with antisocial personality or psychotic disorder},
  author={Mat{\'i}as Salvador Bertone and Edith Aristizabal Diaz-Granados and Miguel Vallejos and Jessica Muniello},
  journal={International Journal of Psychological Research},
  pages={16 - 25}
Abstract The objective of this work is to discriminate between different neurocognitive circuits involved in empathy, one of them linked to emotional processing and the other associated with cognitive function. This is evaluated through the use of neuropsychological tools (Hinting Task, Reading the Mind in the Eyes Test and Cambridge Mind Reading Test) empathic cognition and empathic emotion. In this study, 57 male prisoners were divided into three groups: psychotic patients (20), antisocial… 
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