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Researchers: Prof Rhoshel Lenroot (Principal investigator) ,  A/Pr Kristin Laurens A/Pr Melissa Green Dr David Hawes Dr John Brennan
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Brief description The ability to recognise and process emotions in other people is fundamental to healthy social interactions. Conduct disordered children with callous and unemotional traits have difficulty recognizing fearful expressions, possibly due to lack of attention to cues such as facial expressions that healthy people naturally attend to. This study will use neuroimaging to determine if brain activity changes to look more like typically developing children if their gaze is redirected to facial cues of emotion.

Funding Amount $AUD 578,985.86

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Notes Standard Project Grant

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