RESIST - Research on Individual (Anti-) Social Trajectories

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Description: The Resist project is a collaboration between researchers from Erasmus University Rotterdam, Leiden University, VUMC and the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience (NIN). Funded by an AMMODO KNAW grant, the primary aim of this project is to gain insight into different developmental trajectories in young adults with a history of antisocial behavior, by studying several underlying psychological and neurobiological mechanisms. For this purpose, data will be used from a unique cohort of Dutch individuals who have been arrested by the police before the age of twelve years. This cohort was followed across adolescence and will be investigated again during their current developmental phase, emerging adulthood. For more information about the RESIST project, see: https://growinguptogetherinsociety.com/projects-2/ammodo/

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  • Social evaluation, aggression regulation and psychopathic traits in persistent and desistant antisocial and typically developing young adults

    This is a sub-project of the RESIST (Research on Individual (Anti-) Social Trajectories) study. The current sub-project aims to increase our understan...

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  • The neural basis of self-concept in persistent and desistant antisocial and typically developing young adults: uncovering the role of valence, domain and psychopathic traits

    This is a sub-project of the RESIST (Research on Individual (Anti-) Social Trajectories) study. The current sub-project aims to increase our understan...

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