Affective empathy, cognitive empathy, and social attention in children at high risk of criminal behaviour

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Van Goozen, Stephanie;

Background: Empathy deficits are hypothesized to underlie impairments in social interaction\ud exhibited by those who engage in antisocial behaviour. Social attention is an essential precursor to\ud empathy; however, no studies have yet examined social attention in rela... View more
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