Understanding Aggressive Behavior in Children
Department of Psychiatry
Medical Subject Headings
Aggression; Child; Child Behavior Disorders
Citation: Ferris, C., & Grisso, T. (eds.) (1996). Understanding aggressive behavior in children. New York: New York Academy of Sciences. (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, v. 794). ISBN 0801860857, 9780801860850
Publisher summary: Understanding aggressive behavior in children requires the integration of data from a broad variety of fields. But all too often, researchers have proceeded in isolation from one another. In this groundbreaking volume, Craig F. Ferris and Thomas Grisso bring together experts from a variety of disciplines--neuroscience, behavioral science, medicine, psychology, sociology, and ethics--to offer a broad-based look at a topic with far-reaching consequences, not only for childhood but also for society at large.
Ferris, Craig F. and Grisso, Thomas, "Understanding Aggressive Behavior in Children" (1998). Psychiatry Publications and Presentations. 313.