Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: The Lancet Psychiatry: Life-course-persistent antisocial behaviour may be associated with differences in brain structure

(The Lancet) Individuals who exhibit life-course-persistent antisocial behaviour - for example, stealing, aggression and violence, bullying, lying, or repeated failure to take care of work or school responsibilities - may have thinner cortex and smaller surface area in regions of the brain previously implicated in studies of antisocial behaviour more broadly, compared to individuals without antisocial behaviour, according to an observational study of 672 participants published in The Lancet Psychiatry journal.