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Fig S1 Effect of variation in callous-unemotional traits on facial expression recognition, when considering participants with CD only (collapsing across the early-onset and adolescence-onset CD groups). Participants with CD who were high in callous-unemotional traits, as measured using the ‘callous-unemotional dimension’ of the Youth Psychopathic traits Inventory (YPI), showed deficits in recognition of fear and sadness relative to CD participants who were low in callous-unemotional traits.  These differences were not significant using an alpha level of .008.  *, p < .05. CD, Conduct Disorder.

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