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'Brain abnormalities' cause teen aggression

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Brain abnormalities, rather than peer pressure, could be the key underlying factor behind severe antisocial and aggressive behaviour in teenagers, according to research by scientists at the Medical Research Council.

Professor Ian Goodyer outlines how teenagers should be treated.


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