From STAT: In 1998, a graduate student at the Montreal Neurological Institute named Colin Holmes underwent 27 brain scans and combined them into one high-quality average. Now, his scan is used as a brain atlas standard; it has showed up in 800 scientific papers and is being used in over 1,000 labs.
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So did his scan match that of a psychopath?