Resisting aggression in social contexts: the influence of life-course persistent antisocial behavior on behavioral and neural responses to social feedback
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Description: This is a sub-project of the RESIST (Research on Individual (Anti-) Social Trajectories) study. The current sub-project aims to increase our understanding of different pathways to maladaptive social behavior (in this case, aggression following social rejection). More specifically, the main questions we want to answer within this sub-project are (1) whether (aggressive) behavioral and neural responses to social rejection differ between individuals with persisting or desisting antisocial profiles and typically developing young adults, and (2) how individual differences in psychopathic traits can explain differences in behavioral and neural responses to social rejection.