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Neuroimaging metrics of drug- and food-cue reactivity as a function of psychopathic traits, substance use, and substance dependence
We conducted two fMRI studies assessing the relationship between psychopathy and drug- and food-related neural reactivity. In the first study, we assessed the relationship between psychopathic traits and neural reactivity ...
Climbing the corporate ladder: desired skills and successful psychopaths
Many of the characteristics embodied by successful psychopaths, such as superficial charm, cool decisiveness, and a grandiose self-worth, are often treated synonymously with corporate leadership qualities. Consequently, ...
Increasing experience sharing through regulation instructions
Experience sharing is an individual’s tendency to resonate with and take on the sensory, motor, and affective experiences of others. While traditional conceptualizations of this process argue its automaticity, recent ...
Influencing motivation to empathize in individuals with heightened psychopathic traits: neural and behavioural assessment of empathizing with others
Central to psychopathy is a purported lack of empathy for others. However, recent literature suggests that the decreased empathic responses of psychopathic individuals may be a result of aberrant motivations, rather than ...