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Reactive aggression after interpersonal provocation is a common behavior in humans. Little is known, however, about brain regions and neurotransmitters critical for the decision-making and affective processes involved in aggressive interactions. With the present fMRI study, we wanted to examine the role of serotonin in reactive aggression by means of an acute tryptophan depletion (ATD). Participants performed in a competitive reaction time task (Taylor Aggression Paradigm, TAP) which entitleddoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0027668 pmid:22110714 pmcid:PMC3218006 fatcat:bb2n3yxo4reirbm2xdsqbih4za