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The role of the brain in bad behaviour

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Neuroscientists have found that teenage boys with behavioural difficulties have different brain structures to those that are well-behaved.

Ian Goodyer, professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Cambridge university, explains the findings.


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