Neuroscientist and professor of psychiatry and human behavior at The University of Irvine, Dr. James Fallon shares how the brains of psychopathic killers are different than normal brains.
Does having a psychopathic brain automatically lead to being a killer? Neuroscientist and professor of psychiatry and human behavior at The University of Irvine, Dr. James Fallon shares the shocking results of his own brain scan.
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When Gavin, 7, was only 5 years old, his parents began to notice odd changes in his behavior and his ability to use his eyes normally. They took him to the doctor and learned that Gavin had a benign, golf ball-sized tumor in the center of his brain....
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