Understanding Aggressive Behavior in Children

Understanding Aggressive Behavior in Children

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In this work, figures in the field of childhood aggression share what is known about the cultural, biological and psychological roots of violence and develop intervention strategies to deal with the needs of young people. Coverage includes clinical assessment and treatment of children with inappropriate aggressive behaviour; socioenvironmental factors that contribute to inappropriate aggressive behaviour; behavioural and neurobiological consequences of environmental and emotional insults; neurochemical control of aggression and the moral and ethical implications of psychopharmacology in children; and psychosocial intervention strategies for helping children who are excessively aggressive.
Publisher: New York : The New York Academy of Sciences, c1996
ISBN: 9781573310123
Branch Call Number: 155.418232/UND 4565nf 1
Additional Contributors: Ferris, Craig F.
Grisso, Thomas


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