Scientists have found markers in the brain that cause aggression in children
Large-scale studies have helped scientists from the University of Iowa to identify specific markers in the brain that cause aggression in children.
The experiment involved children aged 2.5-3.5 years.
It turned out that P3 waves provoke aggression. The more of them, the more calm the child behaves and the neutralizer responds to the offender.
The results of the experiment will help scientists reduce the level of aggression in children with specific deviations in behavior.
Experts also noted that over the years, temperament is more difficult to change, it is more flexible at an early age.
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