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A new study has that antisocial people are more likely to smaller areas of their brain. Researchers criminals' brains had a different structure to the brains of people who the law. The study is in the journal "Lancet Psychiatry". Researchers data from 672 people born in 1972-73. They looked at records of the people's antisocial behaviour between the ages of seven and 26. At the age of 45, the researchers the people's brains. Eighty of the people a history of criminal and antisocial behaviour from being early teenagers. Researchers that the areas of the brain to emotions, motivation and behaviour control were smaller in the long-term criminals' brains.

Professor Terrie Moffitt, a co-author of the research, the research could help doctors what is behind long-term antisocial behaviour. She said the antisocial people in the study may have badly because of their brain structure. She said: "They are actually under some [disability] at the level of the brain." She that because of this, we needed to for these people in a kinder way. Lead author Dr Christina Carlisi said: "Differences in brain structure might it difficult for people to social skills. This may them from engaging in antisocial behaviour. These people could from more support throughout their lives."

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