Pain May Be Pleasurable for Some Bullies

There may be some truth to the notion that bullies make other people feel bad to make themselves feel better. A new study published in the journal Biological Psychology used fMRI scans to compare brain activity in eight unusually aggressive 16- to 18-year-old males to those of eight normal adolescent males while they watched videos of people getting hurt. While both groups showed activity in the brain's pain centers, the brains of aggressive males, those with conduct disorder, also showed...Full Story
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