Violent Teenage Girls Fail to Spot Anger or Disgust in Others’ Faces

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    Violent Teenage Girls Fail to Spot Anger or Disgust in Others’ Faces - Science Daily
    Girls appear to be "protected" from showing antisocial behaviour until their teenage years, new research from the University of Cambridge has found.

    The study sheds new light on antisocial behaviour in girls compared with boys and suggests that rather than violence or antisocial behaviour simply reflecting bad choices, the brains of people with antisocial behaviour may work differently from those who behave normally.
     
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