Developmental Origins of Aggression
Richard Ernest Tremblay, Willard W. Hartup, John Archer
Guilford Press, Mar 15, 2005 - Psychology - 480 pages
"Offering the first comprehensive analysis of this topic in over 30 years, this book is sure to fuel discussion and debate among researchers, practitioners, and students in developmental psychology, child clinical psychology, child and adolescent psychiatry, criminology, and related disciplines. In the classroom, it is a unique and valuable text for graduate-level courses."--BOOK JACKET.
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THE DEVELOPMENT OF AGGRESSION IN ANIMALS AND HUMANS
Aggression Affiliation and the Development
Genetic and Environmental Factors Influencing the Expression
The Developmental Origins of Physical Aggression in Humans
The Beginnings of Aggression in Infancy
Play and the Regulation of Aggression
Mapping Brain Development and Aggression
Neuromodulators in the Development and Expression
Hormones and the Developmental Origins of Aggression
Executive Function in Early Physical Aggression
Language Development and Aggressive Behavior
The Intergenerational Transmission of Aggression
Peer Relationships and the Development of Aggressive
Social Capital and Physical Violence
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