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Dissociation of behavioral and neural responses to provocation during reactive aggression in healthy adults with high versus low externalization

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-515473
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10.5283/epub.51547
Konzok, Julian ; Henze, Gina-Isabelle ; Kreuzpointner, Ludwig ; Peter, Hannah L. ; Giglberger, Marina ; Bärtl, Christoph ; Massau, Claudia ; Kärgel, Christian ; Weidacker, Kathrin ; Schiffer, Boris ; Eisenbarth, Hedwig ; Wüst, Stefan ; Kudielka, Brigitte M.
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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 psychopathology, abnormalities in neural threat, reward responses and the impulse-control system may be responsible for these externalizing symptoms. Within the non-clinical range, mechanisms remain ...

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