Table of contents for Neurobiology of aggression : understanding and preventing violence / edited by Mark P. Mattson.


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   Preface ....................................................................... ...... v
   Contributors .........................................................................ix

 1 Cortical and Limbic Neural Circuits Mediating Aggressive Behavior
   Thomas  R . Gregg  ........................................................
 2 Emotion Regulation: An Affective Neuroscience Approach
   R. James R. Blair and Dennis S. Charney ...................................................21
 3 The Serotonergic Dimension of Aggression and Violence
   Klaus Peter Lesch ..................................................... 33
 4 The Neurochemical Genetics of Serotonin in Aggression,
     Impulsivity, and Suicide
   Mark D. Underwood and J. John Mann ..................................................... 65
 5 Behavioral and Neuropharmacological Differentiation
     of Offensive and Defensive Aggression in Experimental
     and Seminaturalistic Models
   Philip M. Wall, D. Caroline Blanchard, and Robert J. Blanchard.......... 73
 6 Neuroendocrine Stress Responses and Aggression
   Jozsef Haller and Menno R. Kruk ..................................................... 93
 7 Y Chromosome and Antisocial Behavior
   Pierre L. Roubertoux and Michele Carlier ............................................... 119
 8 Aggression in Psychiatric Disorders
   Shari R. Kohn and Gregory M. Asnis ........................................................ 135
 9 Aggression in Brain Injury, Aging, and Neurodegenerative
     Disorders
   Mark P. Mattson  ...................................................................... 151
10 Environmental Factors and Aggression in Nonhuman Primates
   Michael Lawrence  Wilson  ............................................................. 167
11  Aggression, Biology, and Context: Dejd-Vi All Over Again?
   Rebecca M. Young and Evan Balaban ..................................................... 191
12  The Family Environment in Early Life and Aggressive Behavior
     in Adolescents and Young Adults
   Sven Barnow and Harald-J. Freyberger ....................................................213



13 Television and Movies, Rock Music and Music Videos,
     and Computer and Video Games: Understanding and
     Preventing Learned Violence in the Information Age
   Susan Villani and Nandita Joshi ........................................................231
14   Social Drinking and Aggression
   Kathryn Graham        ................................................................253
15   Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention for Childhood Aggressions
   Cynthia Hudley ........................................................................ 275
16   Pharmacological Intervention in Aggression
   Debra V. McQuade, R. Joffree Barrnett, and Bryan H. King .................. 289
   Index     ...................................................................................315





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Aggressiveness Physiological aspects, Aggressiveness Social aspects, Aggressiveness Treatment, Violence Prevention, Violence Physiological aspects