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The topic of media violence has been the subject of heated debate in recent decades. There is a vast empirical literature on the effects of television on aggression but no published comprehensive review has ever focused on those studies that use criminal aggression as their outcome. The present...
In this paper, we incorporate the static and dynamic risk factors into an etiological framework. The major purpose in constructing the model is to link two related clinical domains in order to further both risk assessment and theory-directed research. The literature on risk assessment is first...
Evidence from 85 studies was examined to identify risk factors most strongly related to intimate partner physical abuse perpetration and victimization. The studies produced 308 distinct effect sizes. These effect sizes were then used to calculate composite effect sizes for 16 perpetration and 9...
The etiology of violent and aggressive behavior has been studied for several decades. Observations in the 1920s of human patients who manifested aggressive behavior after incurring neurological insults led researchers to explore a biological basis for the behavior. Animal research soon followed...
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