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A critique is presented of the meta-analysis of testosterone and aggression by Book, Starzyk, and Quinsey (Aggression and Violent Behaviour 6 (2001) 579), and the results of a reanalysis of their data are reported. We identified the following problems with their analysis: Secondary, rather than...
Historically, peer programs have been utilized in school and community settings to address a range of health issues such as HIV/AIDS, drug and alcohol abuse, and youth violence. However, in terms of offender rehabilitation, the change process has generally rested upon professional staff, with...
The paper reviews the published literature relating to the assessment of sexual preference in child-sex offenders. Evaluated physiological techniques include penile plethysmography and pupillometry. Self-report measures include interviews, questionnaires, and card sorts. Procedures utilizing...
Marijuana use and interpersonal violence are major public health problems. The present review examines the available empirical and theoretical literature on the relationship between marijuana and violence, including past theoretical models, the link between marijuana use and interpersonal...
The present review examines the role of violence and aggression in the lives of children in homeless families, focusing on possible connections among family violence and isolation, children's aggression, and children's problems with social isolation and rejection. Exposure to violence appears to...
Drawing on a review of the existing literature and on the knowledge derived from many years of direct work with sex workers in the inner city, we conceptualize the mutually reinforcing relation that exists among violence, drug use, and risk for HIV/AIDS among women involved in street-level...
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