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URN to cite this document:
urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-447865
DOI to cite this document:
10.5283/epub.44786
Konzok, Julian ; Henze, Gina-Isabelle ; Kreuzpointner, Ludwig ; Peter, Hannah ; Giglberger, Marina ; Bärtl, Christoph ; Massau, Claudia ; Kärgel, Christian ; Schiffer, Boris ; Eisenbarth, Hedwig ; Wüst, Stefan ; Kudielka, Brigitte M.
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Behavioral and Affective Responses
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data_all_without_win
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 08 Feb 2021 16:39


Abstract

The externalizing spectrum describes a range of heterogeneous personality traits and behavioral patterns, primarily characterized by antisocial behavior, disinhibition, and substance (mis)use. In clinical cases, abnormalities in neural threat and reward responses as well as the inhibitory control system may be responsible for these externalizing symptoms. Within the non-clinical range, mechanisms ...

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