NEUROBIOLOGY AND CLINICAL VIEWS ON AGRESSION AND IMPULSIVITY
At a time when violent crime is on the increase in a number of countries a book on aggression and impulsivity is undoubtedly welcome. This volume, written by experts in their field, covers a range of topics including the phenomenology of aggression and impulsivity, etiological factors and biological markers, and the treatments of these variables. This volume:
Concentrates on the biological aspects of aggression and impulsivity
Provides a timely and comprehensive publication, especially in view of the increase in crime in recent years
Table of Contents
Interrelations among Anxiety, Depression, Aggression, Impulsivity and Suicidality: An Evaluation of the Comorbidity Concept (R. Plutchik & H. van Praag).
Aggression, Impulsivity and Compulsivity in Male Sexual Abusers (P. Cosyns).
Aggression, Alcohol, and Other Substances of Abuse (J. Volavka & L. Citrome.)
Impulsivity and Aggression in Children wih ADHD (J. Halperin & J. Newcorn).
Genetic and Environmental Influences on Aggression and Impulsivity (C. Bergeman & A. Seroczynski).
Neuroimaging in Impulsive-Aggressive Personality Disorder Patients (A. New, et al.).
Neuropsychiatry of Aggression and Impulsivity (D. Stein, et al.)
Fatty Acids, Aggression and Impulsivity (D. Horrobin).
Serotonin and Autoaggressive Behaviour: Peripheral Markers (M. Rao).
Central Neurotransmitter Function in Human Aggression and Impulsivity (E. Coccaro).
Rodent Models of Aggressive Behaviour (B. Olivier, et al.).
5 HT1A Receptors in the Treatment of Aggression and Impulse Control Disorders (C. Sánchez).
Psychopharmacological Treatment of Impulsive Aggression (R. Kavoussi & E. Coccaro).