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Fig S1 Bilateral anterior insula grey matter volume was reduced in females with adolescence-onset Conduct Disorder (n = 17) relative to healthy controls.

Fig S2 Positive correlation between callous-unemotional traits and bilateral orbitofrontal cortex grey matter volume.

Fig S3 Negative correlation between aggressive Conduct Disorder symptoms and right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex grey matter volume.

Table S1 Correlations between psychopathic or callous-unemotional traits and grey matter volume in the total female sample

Table S2 Correlations between psychopathic or callous-unemotional traits and grey matter volume in the female Conduct Disorder group alone

Table S3 Characteristics of the male and female participants included in the analyses testing for sex differences

Table S4 Coordinates and cluster sizes for the Main Effects of Diagnosis and Sex, and Sex × Diagnosis interactions for the voxel-based morphometry analyses testing for sex differences with matched male and female groups

Table S5 Coordinates and cluster sizes for the Main Effects of Diagnosis and Sex, and Sex × Diagnosis interactions for the voxel-based morphometry analyses testing for sex differences with 90 male and 42 female subjec

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