Unemotional traits predict early processing deficit for fearful expressions in young violent offenders: an investigation using continuous flash suppression.

@article{Jusyte2015UnemotionalTP,
  title={Unemotional traits predict early processing deficit for fearful expressions in young violent offenders: an investigation using continuous flash suppression.},
  author={Aiste Jusyte and Sarah Verena Mayer and Eberhard Kuenzel and Martin Hautzinger and Michael Sch{\"o}nenberg},
  journal={Psychological medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={45 2},
  pages={
          285-97
        }
}
BACKGROUND Research evidence suggests that cognitive and neural mechanisms involved in social information processing may underlie the key aspects associated with the emergence of aggression and psychopathy. Despite extensive research in this field, it is unclear whether this deficit relates to general attentional problems or affects early stages of information processing. Therefore, the aim was to explore the link between aggression, psychopathic traits, and the early processing deficits in… CONTINUE READING
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