Neural foundations to moral reasoning and antisocial behavior.

@article{Raine2006NeuralFT,
  title={Neural foundations to moral reasoning and antisocial behavior.},
  author={Adrian Raine and Yaling Yang},
  journal={Social cognitive and affective neuroscience},
  year={2006},
  volume={1 3},
  pages={203-13}
}
A common feature of the antisocial, rule-breaking behavior that is central to criminal, violent and psychopathic individuals is the failure to follow moral guidelines. This review summarizes key findings from brain imaging research on both antisocial behavior and moral reasoning, and integrates these findings into a neural moral model of antisocial behavior. Key areas found to be functionally or structurally impaired in antisocial populations include dorsal and ventral regions of the prefrontal… CONTINUE READING
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Key areas found to be functionally or structurally impaired in antisocial populations include dorsal and ventral regions of the prefrontal cortex ( PFC ) , amygdala , hippocampus , angular gyrus , anterior cingulate and temporal cortex .
Key areas found to be functionally or structurally impaired in antisocial populations include dorsal and ventral regions of the prefrontal cortex ( PFC ) , amygdala , hippocampus , angular gyrus , anterior cingulate and temporal cortex .
Key areas found to be functionally or structurally impaired in antisocial populations include dorsal and ventral regions of the prefrontal cortex ( PFC ) , amygdala , hippocampus , angular gyrus , anterior cingulate and temporal cortex .
Key areas found to be functionally or structurally impaired in antisocial populations include dorsal and ventral regions of the prefrontal cortex ( PFC ) , amygdala , hippocampus , angular gyrus , anterior cingulate and temporal cortex .
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