Abnormal brain structure in youth who commit homicide.
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A new study conducted by The Mind Research Network (MRN) in Albuquerque found that youth 12 to 18 who commit homicide have very ..

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A new research shows that children who commit homicides have a different brain structure. ..

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Abnormal brain structure in youth who commit homicide, Cope ... Kiehl, NeuroImage:Clinical, http://t.co/6rYmmfiaNc

殺人を犯した囚人は内側/外側側頭葉の灰白質体積が小さい。脳をみれば、殺人者と殺人以外で刑務所に入っている人を81%の精度で識別できる。Abnormal brain structure in youth who commit … http://t.co/uSzDnphhPE

殺人を犯した囚人は内側/外側側頭葉の灰白質体積が小さい。脳をみれば、殺人者と殺人以外で刑務所に入っている人を81%の精度で識別できる。Abnormal brain structure in youth who commit … http://t.co/uSzDnphhPE

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Abnormal brain structure in youth who commit homicide, Cope ... Kiehl, NeuroImage:Clinical, http://t.co/6rYmmfiaNc

Abnormal brain structure in youth who commit homicide http://t.co/8DwQQ3aBUL Including reduced hippocampal volume

Abnormal brain structure in youth who commit homicide http://t.co/8DwQQ3aBUL Including reduced hippocampal volume

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This article uses cluster-extent to assess significance, with a very lenient cluster-forming threshold of 0.05 leading to a large cluster-extent threshold of 1427 (2mm isotropic) voxels... ..

In this work, an MRI-based machine-learning classifier was "able to correctly classify 75% of [n=20] homicide offenders and 82% of [n=135] non-homicide offenders"... ..

The main analyses in the paper used a priori regions-of-interest (from an independent sample) - the true gold standard in neuroimaging. With respect to the use of cluster level inference - ..

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