Table of contents for Violence in schools : issues, consequences, and expressions / edited by Kathy Sexton-Radek.

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Foreword	5
Part I. Thinking about Violence Prevention Programming
Chapter 1.	Theoretical Foundation	9
		Mary Lawson, Ph.D. 
		University of Chicago
Chapter 2.	Psychoanalytic/Developmental Theories Related to Adolescence 
		and Aggression	51
		Charles Goldsmith, Ph.D.
		Congregational Home, Milwaukee Wisconsin
Chapter 3.	Cognitive Perspective to Violence Expression	69
		Korrie Allen, Ph.D. 
		Center for Pediatric Research, Norfolk, Virginia
Chapter 4.	Psychopathological and Psychosocial Factors That Contribute to Violent
		 Behavior in Youth 	101
		Patrice Paul, Ph.D.
		Psychological Services for Children & Teens, P.C., St. Charles, Illinois
Part II. Enacting Violence Prevention Programming
Chapter 5.	The Teaching of Violence Prevention in a School Setting; 
What Can Be Done?	122
		Rene Pichler, Ph.D., Illinois Institute of Technology
		Mandy Grant, M.S., Illinois Institute of Technology
		Lynda Bockewitz, M.S., Jackson State University
Chapter 6.	Individualized Therapy Approaches: Victim's Focus	137
		Theresa Risolo, Psy.D., Private Practice, LaGrange, Illinois
		Amy C. Patella, M.A., Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Chapter 7.	Bullying and Aggression among Youth	158
		James Galezewski, Psy.D. 
		The Center for Life Balance, Chicago, Illinois
Chapter 8.	Forensic Issues and Violence Prevention Programming	190
		Julia Klco, Psy.D. 
		Center for Assessment and Psychological Services, Wheaton, Illinois
Part III. Behavior Expressions and Violence Prevention Programming
Chapter 9.	Research Issues Related to Conflict Resolution	202
		Kathy Sexton-Radek, Ph.D.
		Elmhurst College
Afterward 	232
Appendix I. Web Resources for Violence Prevention Programming	234
Appendix II. Bibliography	235
Appendix III. Glossary 	238
Appendix IV. Case Study	239
About the Contributors	241
Index	243

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: School violence Psychological aspects, School violence Prevention, School psychology