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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 24, Number 3, 16 March 2018

The contribution of neuroscience to forensic explanation
pp. 195-209(15)
Authors: Ward, Tony; Wilshire, Carolyn; Jackson, Lucy

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Neurobiology for forensic psychologists
pp. 210-227(18)
Authors: Mitchell, Ian J.; Beech, Anthony R.

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Self-regulation and aggressive antisocial behaviour: insights from amygdala-prefrontal and heart-brain interactions
pp. 243-257(15)
Authors: Gillespie, Steven M.; Brzozowski, Artur; Mitchell, Ian J.

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The neuroscience of morality and social decision-making
pp. 279-295(17)
Authors: Yoder, Keith J.; Decety, Jean

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The neuroscience of psychopathy and forensic implications
pp. 296-312(17)
Authors: Ling, Shichun; Raine, Adrian

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The neural basis of reactive aggression and its development in adolescence
pp. 313-333(21)
Authors: Lickley, Rachael A.; Sebastian, Catherine L.

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Forensic neuroscience: problems and promises
pp. 352-360(9)
Author: Durrant, Russil

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