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Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

Journal Volume: 1036
Journal Issue:
Journal Year: 2004
Articles in SafetyLit: 26

Age, puberty, and exposure to intimate partner violence in adolescence

Anabolic androgenic steroids and aggression: studies using animal models

Beyond the prison paradigm: from provoking violence to preventing it by creating "anti-prisons" (residential colleges and therapeutic communities)

Biological aspects of social bonding and the roots of human violence

Catecholamines and aggression: the role of COMT and MAO polymorphisms

Collective Violence: Comparisons between Youths and Chimpanzees

Cost-Effective Violence Prevention through Targeted Family Interventions

Dangerous and endangered youth: social structures and determinants of violence

Early-life trauma and the psychogenesis and prevention of violence

Escalated aggressive behavior: new pharmacotherapeutic approaches and opportunities

Genetic influences on aggressive behaviors and arousability in animals

Male adolescent rites of passage: positive visions of multiple developmental pathways

On the nature and nurture of antisocial behavior and violence

Role of alcohol consumption in escalation to violence

Scientific approaches to youth violence prevention. Proceedings of a Conference, April 24-26, 2004, New York, New York, USA

Serotonin and aggression

Social cognition as a mediator of the influence of family and community violence on adolescent development: implications for intervention

Social stratification, health, and violence in the very young

Strengthening healthy resistance and courage in children: a gender-based strategy for preventing youth violence

The behavioral economics of violence

The Discourse on Violence Prevention: What are the Implications for Smaller Schools?

The discrete character of high-lethality youth violence

The psychopharmacologic treatment of violent youth

The role of the bystander in the social architecture of bullying and violence in schools and communities

Why is Violence More Common Where Inequality is Greater?

Youth violence. Scientific approaches to prevention. Prologue