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The Cambridge Handbook of Violent Behavior and Aggression
Flannery, Daniel, Alexander Vazsonyi and irwin Waldman
Cambridge University Press / softcover, out of pr / 2007-09-01 / 052160785X
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Violence is a complex behavior that manifests itself every day in acts of terrorism, through exposure in the media, and in our families and neighborhoods. Understanding the origins of violent behavior and aggression, its developmental course, and its impact on individuals and societies will allow us to develop appropriate preventative interventions and policies that will affect us in our everyday lives. This handbook is unique in its depth of coverage of violence and aggressive behavior, its multidisciplinary focus, and its presentation of cutting-edge research by the leading authors in the field.


Part I. General Perspectives; Part II. Biological Bases of Violence; Part III. Individual Factors and Violence; Part IV. Interpersonal Factors and Violent Behavior; Part V. Contextual Factors and Violent Behavior; Part VI. Methods for Studying Violent Behavior; Part VII. Looking Toward the Future.


Patrick H. Tolan, David P. Farrington, Terrie E. Moffitt, Soo Hyun Rhee, Irwin D. Waldman, Stephen Maxson, Andrew Canastar, Christopher J. Patrick, Edelyn Verona, Angela Scarpa, Adrian Raine, Royce Lee, Emil Coccaro, Jean R. Seguin, Patrick Sylvers, Scott O. Lilienfeld, Kenneth A. Dodge, Muchelle R. Sherrill, Nicki R. Crick, Jamie M. Ostrov, Yoshito Kawabata, Benajmin Lahey, Daniel Blonigen, Robert Krueger, Daniel Flannery, Mark Singer, Manfred van Dulmen, Jeff Kretschma, Laura Belliston, George Pettit, Jacquelyn Mize, Michael Gottfredson, Frank Vitaro, Michael Boivin, Richard Tremblay, Scott Decker, Richard J. Gelles, Alexander T. Vazsonyi, Elizabeth Trejos-Castillo, Li Huang, Vangie A. Foshee, Rebecca Matthew, Dorothy Espelage, Stanley Wasserman, Mark S. Fleisher, Linda Dahlberg, Johan Van Wilsem, James C. Howell, Megan Q. Howell, Robert S. Agnew, Gary D. Gottfredson, Denise C. Gottfredson, L. Rowell Huesmann, Lucyana Kirwil, Mark Warr, Kevin J. Strom, Cynthia Irvin, Richard Heyman, Amy M. Smith Slep, Markus J. P. Kruesi, Gary Jensen, Jeff Kretschmar, Holly Foster, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Anne Martin, Jeffrey Fagan, Deanna Wilkinson, Garth Davies, Noel Card, Todd Little, Daniel Nagin, Bowen Paulle, Albert Farrell, Monique Vulin-Reynolds, Alexander Vazsconyi

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