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Biosocial Bases of Violence

Proceedings of a NATO ASI held in Rhodes, Greece, May 12-21, 1996

Series: Nato Science Series A:, Vol. 292

Raine, A., Brennan, P., Farrington, D.P., Mednick, S.A. (Eds.)

1997, IX, 359 p.

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  • About this book

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Aggression - brain - emotion - interaction - personality

Related subjects » Behavioral Sciences - Criminology & Criminal Justice - Personality & Social Psychology

Table of contents 

Biosocial Bases of Violence: Conceptual and Theoretical Issues; A. Raine, et al. Personality and the Biosocial Model of Anti-Social and Criminal Behavior; H.J. Eysenck. A Multidimensional Psychobiological Model of Violence; C.R. Cloninger, et al. Individual Differences and Levels of Antisocial Behavior; M. Rutter. Observational Learning of Violent Behavior: Social and Biosocial Processes; L.R. Huesmann. The Relationship between Low Resting Heart Rate and Violence; D.P. Farrington. Biosocial Bases of Aggressive Behavior in Childhood: Resting Heart Rate, Skin Conductance Orienting, and Physique; A. Raine, et al. Biosocial Risk Factors for Domestic Violence; Continuities with Criminality?; N.S. Jacobson, E.T. Gortner. Emotionality and Violent Behavior in Psychopaths: A Biosocial Analysis; C.J. Patrick, et al. Biosocial Interactions and Violence: A Focus on Perinatal Factors; P.A. Brennan, et al. Unraveling the Social Context of Physique and Delinquency: A New, Long-Term Look at the Gluecks' Classic Study; R.J. Sampson, J.H. Laub. Serotonin and Human Violence: Do Environmental Mediators Exist?; M.J.P. Kruesi, T. Jacobsen. Social Attachment, Brain Function, Aggression, and Violence; G.W. Kraemer. 16 Additional Articles. Index.

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