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Neurobiological and behavioral findings suggest that the development of delinquent behavior is associated with atypical social-affective processing. However, to date, no study has examined neural processes associated with social interactions in severely antisocial adolescents. In this study we investigated the behavioral and neural processes underlying social interactions of juvenile delinquents and a matched control group. Participants played the mini-Ultimatum Game as a responder while in the MRI scanner. Participants rejected unfair offers significantly less when the other player had 'no alternative' compared with a 'fair' alternative, suggesting that they took the intentions of the other player into account. However, this effect was reduced in the juvenile delinquents. The neuroimaging results revealed that juvenile delinquents showed less activation in the temporal parietal junction (TPJ) and inferior frontal gyrus (IFG). However, the groups showed similar activation levels in the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex (dACC) and the right anterior insula (AI) when norms were violated. These results indicate that juvenile delinquents with severe antisocial behavior process norm violations adequately, but may have difficulties with attending spontaneously to relevant features of the social context during interactions.
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CALLOUS-UNEMOTIONAL TRAITS, ONSET CONDUCT DISORDER, TEMPORO-PARIETAL, JUNCTION, FUNCTIONAL MRI, ULTIMATUM GAME, TRUST GAME, BEHAVIOR, CHILDREN, FAIRNESS, MIND, ultimatum game, fairness, delinquents, fMRI, TPJ, IFG, CONDUCT DISORDER, EARLY-ONSET, CHILDREN, FAIRNESS, BEHAVIOR, DEFICITS, MIND, RESPONSES, INTENTIONALITY, HERITABILITY, ultimatum game, fairness, delinquents, fMRI, TPJ, IFG

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van den Bos, Wouter, et al. “Neural Correlates of Social Decision-Making in Severely Antisocial Adolescents.” SOCIAL COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE NEUROSCIENCE, vol. 9, no. 12, 2014, pp. 2059–66.
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van den Bos, W., Vahl, P., Guroglu, B., van Nunspeet, F., Colins, O., Markus, M., … Crone, E. A. (2014). Neural correlates of social decision-making in severely antisocial adolescents. SOCIAL COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE NEUROSCIENCE, 9(12), 2059–2066.
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Bos, Wouter van den, Pauline Vahl, Berna Guroglu, Felice van Nunspeet, Olivier Colins, Monica Markus, Serge A. R. B. Rombouts, Nic van der Wee, Robert Vermeiren, and Eveline A. Crone. 2014. “Neural Correlates of Social Decision-Making in Severely Antisocial Adolescents.” SOCIAL COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE NEUROSCIENCE 9 (12): 2059–66.
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van den Bos, Wouter, Pauline Vahl, Berna Guroglu, Felice van Nunspeet, Olivier Colins, Monica Markus, Serge A. R. B. Rombouts, Nic van der Wee, Robert Vermeiren, and Eveline A. Crone. 2014. “Neural Correlates of Social Decision-Making in Severely Antisocial Adolescents.” SOCIAL COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE NEUROSCIENCE 9 (12): 2059–2066.
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van den Bos W, Vahl P, Guroglu B, van Nunspeet F, Colins O, Markus M, et al. Neural correlates of social decision-making in severely antisocial adolescents. SOCIAL COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE NEUROSCIENCE. 2014;9(12):2059–66.
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W. van den Bos et al., “Neural correlates of social decision-making in severely antisocial adolescents,” SOCIAL COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE NEUROSCIENCE, vol. 9, no. 12, pp. 2059–2066, 2014.
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  abstract     = {Neurobiological and behavioral findings suggest that the development of delinquent behavior is associated with atypical social-affective processing. However, to date, no study has examined neural processes associated with social interactions in severely antisocial adolescents. In this study we investigated the behavioral and neural processes underlying social interactions of juvenile delinquents and a matched control group. Participants played the mini-Ultimatum Game as a responder while in the MRI scanner. Participants rejected unfair offers significantly less when the other player had 'no alternative' compared with a 'fair' alternative, suggesting that they took the intentions of the other player into account. However, this effect was reduced in the juvenile delinquents. The neuroimaging results revealed that juvenile delinquents showed less activation in the temporal parietal junction (TPJ) and inferior frontal gyrus (IFG). However, the groups showed similar activation levels in the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex (dACC) and the right anterior insula (AI) when norms were violated. These results indicate that juvenile delinquents with severe antisocial behavior process norm violations adequately, but may have difficulties with attending spontaneously to relevant features of the social context during interactions.},
  author       = {van den Bos, Wouter and Vahl, Pauline and Guroglu, Berna and van Nunspeet, Felice and Colins, Olivier and Markus, Monica and Rombouts, Serge A. R. B. and van der Wee, Nic and Vermeiren, Robert and Crone, Eveline A.},
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  journal      = {SOCIAL COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE NEUROSCIENCE},
  keywords     = {CALLOUS-UNEMOTIONAL TRAITS,ONSET CONDUCT DISORDER,TEMPORO-PARIETAL,JUNCTION,FUNCTIONAL MRI,ULTIMATUM GAME,TRUST GAME,BEHAVIOR,CHILDREN,FAIRNESS,MIND,ultimatum game,fairness,delinquents,fMRI,TPJ,IFG,CONDUCT DISORDER,EARLY-ONSET,CHILDREN,FAIRNESS,BEHAVIOR,DEFICITS,MIND,RESPONSES,INTENTIONALITY,HERITABILITY,ultimatum game,fairness,delinquents,fMRI,TPJ,IFG},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {12},
  pages        = {2059--2066},
  title        = {Neural correlates of social decision-making in severely antisocial adolescents},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/scan/nsu003},
  volume       = {9},
  year         = {2014},
}

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