Biosocial bases of violence / edited by Adrian Raine [and others].

New York : Plenum Press, ©1997.
ix, 359 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.


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NATO ASI series. Series A, Life sciences ; v. 292. [More in this series]
  • "Published in cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs Division."
  • "Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Study Institute on the Biosocial Bases of Violence, held May 12-21, 1996, in Rhodes, Greece"--T.p. verso.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
  • 1. Biosocial Bases of Violence: Conceptual and Theoretical Issues / A. Raine, P. Brennan and D.P. Farrington
  • 2. Personality and the Biosocial Model of Anti-Social and Criminal Behaviour / H.J. Eysenck
  • 3. A Multidimensional Psychobiological Model of Violence / C. Robert Cloninger, D.M. Svrakic and Nenad M. Svrakic
  • 4. Individual Differences and Levels of Antisocial Behavior / M. Rutter
  • 5. Observational Learning of Violent Behavior: Social and Biosocial Processes / L.R. Huesmann
  • 6. The Relationship between Low Resting Heart Rate and Violence / D.P. Farrington
  • 7. Biosocial Bases of Aggressive Behavior in Childhood: Resting Heart Rate, Skin Conductance Orienting, and Physique / A. Raine, C. Reynolds and S.A. Mednick
  • 8. Biosocial Risk Factors for Domestic Violence: Continuities with Criminality? / N.S. Jacobson and E.T. Gortner
  • 9. Emotionality and Violent Behavior in Psychopaths: A Biosocial Analysis / C.J. Patrick, K.A. Zempolich and G.K. Levenston
  • 10. Biosocial Interactions and Violence: A Focus on Perinatal Factors / P.A. Brennan, S.A. Mednick and A. Raine
  • 11. Unraveling the Social Context of Physique and Delinquency: A New, Long-Term Look at the Gluecks' Classic Study / R.J. Sampson and J.H. Laub
  • 12. Serotonin and Human Violence: Do Environmental Mediators Exist? / M.J.P. Kruesi and T. Jacobsen
  • 13. Social Attachment, Brain Function, Aggression, and Violence / G.W. Kraemer
  • 14. Whole Blood Serotonin and Family Background Relate to Male Violence / T. Moffitt, A. Caspi and P. Fawcett [and others]
  • 15. Hormones
  • Context Interactions and Antisocial Behavior in Youth / E.J. Susman and A. Ponirakis
  • 16. Male Physical Aggression, Social Dominance, and Testosterone Levels at Puberty: A Developmental Perspective / R.E. Tremblay, B. Schaal and B. Boulerice [et al.].
  • 17. Key Issues in Studying the Biosocial Bases of Violence / D.P. Farrington
  • 18. Prefrontal Dysfunction in Murderers Lacking Psychosocial Deficits / J. Stoddard, A. Raine and S. Bihrle [and others]
  • 19. Temperamental and Familial Predictors of Criminal Conviction / B. Henry, A. Caspi and T. Moffitt [et al.]
  • 20. Social, Psychological, and Neuropsychological Correlates of Conduct Disorder in Children and Adolescents / J. Toupin, M. Dery and R. Pauze [et al.]
  • 21. A Biosocial Exploration of the Personality Dimensions that Predispose to Criminality / L. Arseneault, B. Boulerice and R.E. Tremblay [et al.]
  • 22. Reduced Heart Rate Levels in Aggressive Children / T.B. Pitts
  • 23. Heart Rate and Psychosocial Correlates of Antisocial Behavior in High-Risk Adolescents / F. Losel and D.s Bender
  • 24. Violent Crime Paths in Incarcerated Juveniles: Psychological, Environmental, and Biological Factors / H. Steiner, S.E. Williams and L. Benton-Hardy [et al.]
  • 25. Serotonergic Functioning in Partner-Abusive Men / A. Rosenbaum, S.S. Abend and P.J. Gearan [et al.]
  • 26. Neurotransmitter-Neuroendocrine Responses to Aggression: Personality Influences / G. Gerra
  • 27. Tryptophan Depletion and Behavioral Disinhibition in Men at Risk for Alcoholism and Antisocial Behavior / D. LeMarquand, R.O. Pihl and S.N. Young [et al.]
  • 28. Aggression in Physically Abused Children: The Interactive Role of Emotion Regulation / A. Scarpa
  • 29. Children's Aggression and DSM-III-R Symptoms Predicted by Parent Psychopathology, Parenting Practices, Cortisol, and SES / K. McBurnett, L.J. Pfiffner and L. Capasso [et al.].
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  • 9780306456015
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