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Aggression and violent behavior

Journal Volume: 37
Journal Issue:
Journal Year: 2017
Articles in SafetyLit: 22

"Path to intended violence" model to understand mass violence in the case of Elliot Rodger

A comprehensive theory of dynamic risk and protective factors

A critique of the revised Conflict Tactics Scales-2 (CTS-2)

A systematic review and meta-analysis of the intergenerational transmission of criminal behavior

A Theory of general causes of violent crime: homicides, income inequality and deficiencies of the heat hypothesis and of the model of CLASH

Affect regulation as a factor in sex offenders

Children's exposure to intimate partner violence: a systematic review of measurement strategies

Coercive control in intimate partner violence

Cultural and moral dimensions of sexual aggression: the role of moral disengagement in men's likelihood to sexually aggress

Developmental risk factors of juvenile sex offenders by victim age: an implication for specialized treatment programs

Method of homicide and severe mental illness: a systematic review

Rape myth acceptance, victim blame attribution and Just World Beliefs: a rapid evidence assessment

The effect of academic achievement on aggression and violent behavior: a meta-analysis

The Good Lives Model among detained female adolescents

The inter-rater reliability of observing aggression: a systematic literature review

The lives of female gang members: a review of the literature

The prevalence of sexual aggression in Turkey: a systematic review

The role of values in forensic and correctional rehabilitation

Traumatic brain injury and aggression: a systematic review and future directions using community samples

Trends and patterns of Boko Haram terrorist and militants' aggression in Nigeria

Understanding conflict and the role of community development: is building a peaceful society within our reach?

Unfinished stories: from juvenile sex offenders to juvenile sex offending through a developmental life course perspective