Brains of Bullies Light Up With Pleasure as People Squirm

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: November 7, 2008   View Article

The brains of bullies—kids who start fights, tell lies, and break stuff with glee—may be wired to feel pleasure when watching others suffer pain, according to a new brain scanning study.

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