Low skin conductance activity in infancy predicts aggression in toddlers 2 years later.

Abstract

Low autonomic nervous system activity is claimed to be a biomarker for aggressive and antisocial behavior. Although there is evidence that low skin conductance activity (SCA) accounts for variation in the severity of antisocial behavior and predicts the onset of aggression in children and adults, it is unknown whether SCA measured in infancy can predict the… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/0956797612465198

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