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Affective and Interpersonal Psychopathic Traits Associated with Reduced Corpus Callosum Volume among Male Inmates – Retraction

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  14 February 2019

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The authors have requested the retraction of this article as upon re-examination of the correct volume measures, the reported effects do not hold, negating the interpretation and conclusions presented in the article.

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Anderson, NE, Maurer, JM, Nyalakanti, P, et al. Affective and interpersonal psychopathic traits associated with reduced corpus callosum volume among male inmates. Psychological Medicine, 18. Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
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