A psychopath's brain is biologically different from regular humans, new study finds

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Neuroscientists and psychologists have been researching psychopaths for decades to better understand their reasoning and moral judgement.  

Psychopathy is associated with core affective traits, including low empathy and guilt, superficial charm, callousness, impulsivity, and even violent behaviour.

In a new discovery, researchers say the brains of psychopaths are biologically significantly different from those of regular humans.  

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