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Academic Article The speed of morality: a high-density electrical neuroimaging study.
Academic Article A Developmental Neuroscience Study of Moral Decision Making Regarding Resource Allocation.
Academic Article Specific electrophysiological components disentangle affective sharing and empathic concern in psychopathy.
Academic Article Physicians down-regulate their pain empathy response: an event-related brain potential study.
Academic Article Emotional processing in Colombian ex-combatants and its relationship with empathy and executive functions.
Academic Article Spatiotemporal neural dynamics of moral judgment: a high-density ERP study.
Academic Article An EEG/ERP investigation of the development of empathy in early and middle childhood.
Academic Article Gender differences in the mu rhythm during empathy for pain: an electroencephalographic study.
Academic Article Precursors to morality in development as a complex interplay between neural, socioenvironmental, and behavioral facets.
Academic Article Subliminal presentation of other faces (but not own face) primes behavioral and evoked cortical processing of empathy for pain.
Academic Article Empathic arousal and social understanding in individuals with autism: evidence from fMRI and ERP measurements.
Academic Article Pleasing frowns, disappointing smiles: an ERP investigation of counterempathy.
Academic Article Brain signatures of moral sensitivity in adolescents with early social deprivation.
Academic Article Social context and perceived agency affects empathy for pain: an event-related fMRI investigation.
Academic Article The development of cognitive empathy and concern in preschool children: A behavioral neuroscience investigation.
Academic Article That's not fair: Children's neural computations of fairness and their impact on resource allocation behaviors and judgments.
Academic Article Neural processing of moral content reflects moral identity in 10-year-old children.

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