Why should we care about measuring callous–unemotional traits in children?†

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Abstract

Summary

Callous–unemotional traits consist of lack of empathy, guilt and shallow affect. A growing body of research suggests that the presence of these traits are of clinical significance, even if they occur in the absence of concurrent antisocial behavour.

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