Prevention and Control of Aggression and the Impact on its Victims

  • Manuela Martinez

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Menno R. Kruk, József Haller
    Pages 1-16
  3. Alyson J. Bond, Janet Wingrove
    Pages 37-44
  4. József Haller, Menno R. Kruk
    Pages 51-60
  5. Jose R. Sanchez-Martin, Eduardo Fano, Leonor Ahedo, Jaione Cardas, Paul F. Brain, Arantza Azpiroz
    Pages 61-69
  6. Stephen C. Maxson, Pierre L. Roubertoux, Pascale Guillot, David Goldman
    Pages 71-81
  7. Michael Wong
    Pages 83-93
  8. Nathan A. Michael
    Pages 101-108
  9. Donna E. Hurdle
    Pages 109-112
  10. René Carbonneau, Frank Vitaro, Richard E. Tremblay
    Pages 121-127
  11. Patrícia Arriaga Ferreira, José Luís Pais Ribeiro
    Pages 129-135
  12. Amália Rebolo Marques, Carlos Neto, Beatriz Oliveira Pereira
    Pages 137-145
  13. Cristina del Barrio, Elena Martín, Ignacio Montero, Isabel Fernández, Héctor Gutiérrez
    Pages 155-160
  14. Ana Almeida, Cristina del Barrio, Margarida M. Marques, Héctor Gutiérrez, Kevin van der Meulen
    Pages 161-168
  15. Murray A. Straus
    Pages 181-200
  16. Endy A. W. Den Exter Blokland, Rutger C. M. E. Engels, Catrin Finkenauer
    Pages 201-207
  17. Jacquelyn C. Campbell
    Pages 215-227
  18. Anne McMurray
    Pages 229-236
  19. Victoria-Jane Willan, Paul Pollard
    Pages 237-242
  20. Antonia Abbey, Pam McAuslan, Tina Zawacki, Philip O. Buck, A. Monique Clinton
    Pages 243-247
  21. Jeanette Norris, Joel Martell, William H. George
    Pages 249-254
  22. Jacquelyn W. White, Paige H. Smith, John A. Humphrey
    Pages 255-260
  23. Barbara Krahé
    Pages 261-266
  24. Kathleen A. Parks, Brian M. Quigley
    Pages 267-274
  25. R. Lorraine Collins, Brian M. Quigley, Kenneth E. Leonard
    Pages 275-282
  26. Muhammad Azam Tahir, Kostantinos Bairaktaris, Pagona Roussi
    Pages 283-288
  27. José María Poveda, Eglée Iciarte, Ernesto Toro-Lira, Roberto Rodríguez, Jesús Poveda, J. Martín Ramírez
    Pages 289-294
  28. Enrique J. Saiz, Donna Pollock, Julia Garcia, Agustin Romero
    Pages 295-300
  29. Robert A. Hinde
    Pages 323-330
  30. Melvin Ember, Carol R. Ember
    Pages 331-338
  31. Douglas P. Fry
    Pages 339-346
  32. Norma D. Feshbach, Roberta Konrad
    Pages 355-360
  33. Kaj Björkqvist, Karin Österman, T. K. Oommen, Kirsti M. J. Lagerspetz
    Pages 367-376
  34. Mario Pereyra, Jose Eduardo Moreno
    Pages 377-384
  35. Scott R. Beach, Martin S. Greenberg
    Pages 385-388
  36. Darejan J. Javakhishvili
    Pages 389-394
  37. Gabriele Flügge, Marja Van Kampen, Eberhard Fuchs
    Pages 395-400

About this book


Proceedings of the XIV World Meeting of the International Society for the Research on Aggression: Prevention and Control of Aggression and the Impact on its Victims, held in July 9-14, 2000, in Valencia, Spain.
Aggression is an aspect of human society that has interested scientists for many decades, and their work has provided important knowledge about its causes and way to prevent and control this behavior. However, not only scientists but many professionals working in the wide spectrum of society, from family to international policy, are interested in having programs of interventions capable of reducing aggression and violence in our society.
This comprehensive book is a compendium of most research approaches that are currently taking place in the field of aggression, focusing on the interventions to control and prevent this behavior and the impact on its victims. The chapters of the book include biological approaches to aggression, such as neuroanatomy, neurochemistry, neuroendocrinology, genetics and psychopathology; information about aggression in children and adolescents in different settings such as family, school and community; characteristics if aggression in specific relationships such as marital and sexual, and specific settings such as bars, prisons and traffic; and cultural approaches to aggression, social prejudice, war and programs of peace. Furthermore, a small number of representative chapters about victims are included, ranging from the impact of aggression on behavior and physiology in animal models to victims of war.
As this book highlights, the interventions to prevent and control aggression have to be diverse (highly heterogenic) in order to deal with all aspects of human beings and society, ranging from pharmacological control in individuals to programs of peace to promote respect among people and among nations.
Scientists, academics and professionals dealing with any facet of aggression and its impact on our society will obtain in this book information about the complexity of this research field and the ways to approach our objective: eliminate aggression from the human behavioral repertoire.


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  • Manuela Martinez
    • 1
  1. 1.University of ValenciaValenciaSpain

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