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What have neuroimaging studies of men with antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) revealed about their brains, compared to the brains of members of a control group?

▸ Men with ASPD have neurofibrillary tangles and plaques in their cortices.

▸ Men with ASPD have a significant reduction in grey matter in the prefrontal cortex.

▸ Members of a control group had substantially larger areas of auditory cortex.

▸ Men with ASPD have substantially enlarged ventricles in their brains.
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