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Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

Journal Volume: 794
Journal Issue:
Journal Year: 1996
Articles in SafetyLit: 37

A clinical approach to the pharmacotherapy of aggression in children and adolescents

A prospective examination of risk for violence among abused and neglected children

Adolescent anabolic steroid use and aggressive behavior in golden hamsters

Aggression in physically abused children. The role of distress proneness

Aggression, attachment, and depression among school-age children at high social risk

Aggressive behaviors of transgenic estrogen-receptor knockout male mice

Aggressive symptoms and salivary cortisol in clinic-referred boys with conduct disorder

Autonomic nervous system factors underlying disinhibited, antisocial, and violent behavior. Biosocial perspectives and treatment implications

Characteristics and putative mechanisms in boys at risk for drug abuse and aggression

Cholesterol, serotonin, and behavior in young monkeys

Considerations regarding biosocial foundations of personality and aggression

Criminality and morbidity in young victims of firearm injuries. a follow-up study

Cultivating violence

Development and expression of hormonal systems regulating aggression

Developmental factors influencing aggression. Animal models and clinical correlates

Discussion: biological correlates of aggression

Disordered views of aggressive children. A late twentieth century perspective

Disruptiveness, inhibition, and withdrawal as predictors of boys' delinquency and depression

Effects of serotonergic1A and 1B agonists in androgenic versus estrogenic systems for aggression

Ethopharmacology of aggression: impact on autonomic and mesocorticolimbic activity

Fluoxetine effects on serotonin function and aggressive behavior

Gonadal and adrenal hormones. Developmental transitions and aggressive behavior

Intervention with excessively aggressive children. Conceptual and ethical issues

Low pain sensitivity and stability of physical aggression in boys

Neurotransmitter correlates of impulsive aggression in humans

Outcomes of childhood aggression in women

Peer perceptions of aggression and bullying behavior in primary schools in Northern Ireland

Persistence of aggressive and nonaggressive delinquency in relation to neuropsychological functioning

Physically aggressive boys from age 6 to 12 years. Their biopsychosocial status at puberty

Preliminary findings of an early intervention program with aggressive hyperactive children

Relationship of aggression and anxiety to autonomic regulation of heart rate variability in adolescent males

Serotonergic and cardiac correlates of aggression in children

Serotonin diminishes aggression by suppressing the activity of the vasopressin system

Social attachment, brain function, and aggression

Stress hormones, genotype, and brain organization. Implications for aggression

Television violence viewing and aggression in females

The time course of angry behavior in the temper tantrums of young children