Springer Science & Business Media, May 31, 2004 - Medical - 420 pages
This revised edition includes new chapters on the development of aggression, biological bases of aggressive behavior, and aggression in natural settings; and extensive updates of the theory and research covered in the first edition.
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Definition and Perspectives
Methods for the Systematic Study of Aggression
The Development of Aggressive Behavior
Social Determinants of Aggression
External Determinants of Aggression
Biological Bases of Human Aggressive Behavior
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