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2007 Image of the Year: Molecular imaging relates human brain chemistry to aggressive behavior

es to statements about taking advantage of others and causing them discomfort, she noted. Although the personality questionnaire gave a complete profile of the mens personalities, only aggressive personality was related to brain MAO A activitynot other personality dimensions, she emphasized.

Our finding corroborates the relevance of brain MAO A in aggressive personality, explained Alia-Klein. If this model of understanding is tested on individuals who engage in violent behavior (e.g., domestic violence), it could show promise in the future for pharmacological intervention against abnormal violence she added.


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6-Jun-2007


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