Facial affect recognition in adolescent and young adult offenders with and without traumatic brain injury (dataset)

Miriam Cohen, Natalia Lawrence, Eleanor Kennedy, Marcus Munafo, Huw Williams & Ian Penton-Voak
Background: Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is very common in people who offend and is associated with risk of violence. Social cognition is often affected by TBI. Criminal behaviour in people with TBI may be associated with deficits in social cognition. Objective: To investigate facial affect recognition (FAR) in offenders with and without TBI. Methods: In two related observational case-control studies 35 adolescents (study 1) and 89 male young adults (study 2) within community justice programmes...
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