Developmental Psychobiology of Aggression by David M. Stoff, Elizabeth J. Susman

By David M. Stoff, Elizabeth J. Susman

This ebook is the outgrowth of a memorial convention to honour the clinical contributions of Robert B. Cairns, an across the world recognized interdisciplinary developmental scientist. it truly is organised round learn topics that have been a vital part of Dr Cairns' theories and examine: neural and developmental plasticity; brain-behaviour bidirectionality; gene-environment interactions. all through this e-book, those topics are associated jointly via applying animal versions and medical investigations via a number of degrees of study method of knowing the origins, improvement, desistance and prevention of aggression. those reports will upload to the compendium of uncomplicated wisdom at the developmental psychobiology of aggression and should relief within the final translation of this data to medical and neighborhood settings. This e-book hopes to foster the legacy of Robert B. Cairns to facilitate the theoretical improvement and learn of a brand new iteration of developmental scientists devoted to relieving the tragic results of aggression at the person and society.

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