Secrets in the Brains of People Who Have Committed Murder
The Scientist Magazine®
MRI scans from more than 800 incarcerated men pinpoint distinct structural features of people who have committed homicide, compared with those who carried out other crimes.
MRI scans of prisoners show distinct brain structure differences of people who have committed murder, compared with those who carried out other crimes
Yes, structural MRI study, but what does it mean?
Secrets in the Brains of People Who Have Committed Murder | “the 200 men who had committed homicide showed significantly reduced gray matter in several brain regions that play important roles in behavioral control and social cognition.”