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Forensic significance of the limbic psychotic trigger reaction.

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Frontal-lobe cognitive dysfunction in conduct disorder adolescents.

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Assessment of frontal lobe functions.

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Violence and temporal lobe lesion: head CT and MRI data.

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J Neuropsychiatry Clin Neurosci. 1991 Spring;3(2):189-96.

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Case report: acquired antisocial personality disorder associated with unilateral left orbital frontal lobe damage.

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Misidentification delusions, facial misrecognition, and right brain injury.

Silva JA, Leong GB, Wine DB.

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Lateralization of frontal lobe functions and cognitive novelty.

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Electroencephalography, computed tomography and violence ratings of male patients in a maximum-security mental hospital.

Wong MT, Lumsden J, Fenton GW, Fenwick PB.

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