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Decety et al.

Affective perspective taking in individuals with psychopathy

for eliciting emotional tagging of different outcomes of
interpersonal situations.

This study was supported by NIMH R01 grant 1R01MH08752501A2 (J. Decety, PI) and by NIMH R01 grant MH070539-01

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