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‘You can tell a victim by the tilt of her head as she walks’: psychopathic personality and social–emotional processing

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Title
‘You can tell a victim by the tilt of her head as she walks’: psychopathic personality and social–emotional processing
Published in
Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, May 2020
DOI 10.1080/13218719.2020.1734979
Authors

Nathan Brooks, Katarina Fritzon, Bruce Watt

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#13,746,949
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