T267. Psychopathic Traits and Stimulus-Processing in Addiction: How Psychopathy and Addiction Interact to Influence Drug and Food Processing in the Brain

      Increasingly psychopathic substance-dependent subjects exhibited reduced neural reactivity to drug compared to neutral images (Cope et al., 2014). However, we presented the opposite relationship based on preliminary results at the Society of Scientific Study of Psychopathy conference when using food as a control stimulus (Denomme & Shane, 2017). The current study consisted of subsequent analyses to further understand this relationship.
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