6 edition of Neurobiology and clinical views on aggression and impulsivity found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Michael Maes and Emil F. Coccaro.|
|Series||Wiley series on clinical and neurobiological advances in psychiatry ;, v. 5|
|Contributions||Maes, Michael., Coccaro, Emil F.|
|LC Classifications||RC569.5.A34 N34 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 218 p. :|
|Number of Pages||218|
|LC Control Number||98019062|
Impulsivity (or impulsiveness) is a multifactorial construct  that involves a tendency to act on a whim, displaying behavior characterized by little or no forethought, reflection, or consideration of the consequences.  Impulsive actions are typically "poorly conceived, prematurely expressed, unduly risky, or inappropriate to the situation that often result in undesirable consequences. Understanding human aggression: New insights from neuroscience Allan Siegela,⁎, Jeff Victoroffb a Departments of Neurology & Neuroscience and Psychiatry, University of Medicine & Dentistry of NJ—NJ Medical School, South Orange Avenue, Newark, NJ , USA b Departments of Neurology and Psychiatry, University of Southern California, Keck School of .
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This story is an example of extreme pediatric aggression and impulsiveness. Because I can’t imagine what either family is going through, I thought it would be good to speak with Caroly Pataki, MD, child and adolescent psychiatrist at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, about how parents can help their child deal with situations they feel are. The Neurobiology of Aggression and Rage is an up-to-date review and analysis of the biological factors and processes involved in the expression and control of rage and aggressive behavior. Focusing on the understanding of the anatomical substrates of the major forms of aggression, the text also examines their basic underlying physiological.
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Free shipping for many products. Chapters on the neurobiology, psychopharmacology, and dialectic behavior and psychodynamic theory and treatment of impulsive self-injurious behaviors (habitual, chronic behaviors, such as skin picking) supplement the few neurobiological studies measuring impulsivity, aggression, dissociation, and suicide and detail the efficacy of various.
In this overview, after defining aggression, its prevalence, and its phenomenology, we will address the neurobiology of aggression, particularly pathological forms of impulsive aggression, by discussing the circuitry, both cortical and subcortical, as well as the role of neuromodulators in the initiation and suppression of by: Human Measures of Impulsivity.
Self-report measures may be used to assess impulsive tendencies. A common assessment is the Barratt Impulsiveness Scale (BIS), which has been found to factor into 3 subscales including attentional, motor, and non-planning impulsivity , although recent studies have identified different subscale patterns within different Cited by: This book, written by experts in their field, covers a range of topics from the phenomenology of aggression and impulsivity to the etiological factors and biological markers, and finally the treatments of these es in Hydrological Processes: Neurobiology and Clinical Views on Aggression and Impulsivity (Hardcover).
Impulsivity and aggression have undergone considerable research scrutiny in recent years and will comprise a major research topic in psychiatry over the next decade.
Violence is a public health issue of great concern and advances in our knowledge of the psychiatry of aggression and disorders of impulse control are therefore of tremendous importance.
Aggression and violence represent a significant public health concern and a clinical challenge for the mental healthcare provider. A great deal has been revealed regarding the neurobiology of. Aggression is a significant problem in our society, with social, psychological, and financial impacts that may be impossible to assess fully.
Data from the Epidemiological Catchment Area study 44 suggest that % of the population commit one or more acts of violence each year, and the lifetime prevalence of aggressive behavior may be about 24%.
The environmental and Cited by: Clinical impulsivity has been characterized in both dimensional and categorical terms. Whereas DSM-III-R classifies personality disorders characterized by impulsivity and impulse control disorders as discrete entities, impulsive symptoms and traits can also be conceived in terms of an underlying behavioral by: A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
Neurobiology and Clinical Views on Aggression and Impulsivity (Clinical & Neurobiological Advances in Psychiatry) Michael Maes, Emil F. Coccaro Published by. In Neurobiology of Aggression: Understanding and Preventing Violence, leading experts in the fields of the neurobiology, neurochemistry, genetics, and behavioral and cultural aspects of aggression and violence provide a comprehensive collection of review articles on one of the most important cross-disciplinary issues of our time.5/5(1).
Impulsivity is associated with various psychopathologies, and elevated impulsivity is typically disadvantageous. This manuscript reviews recent investigations into the neurobiology of impulsivity using human imaging techniques and animal models.
Both human imaging and preclinical pharmacological manipulations have yielded important insights into the Cited by: Neurobiology of Aggression and Violence Larry J. Siever, M.D. Acts of violence account for an estimated million deaths worldwide annually.
While violence can occur in many con-texts, individual acts of aggression ac-count for the majority of instances. In some individuals, repetitive acts of ag-gression are grounded in an underlying. Impulsivity features prominently in contemporary descriptions of many psychiatric disorders, and is also a key element in the clinical risk assessment of violence.
Thoroughly examining the nature, assessment, and treatment of impulsive conduct, this up-to-date volume brings together contributions from prominent researchers and clinicians in both mental health and correctional 5/5(1).
In psychology, impulsivity (or impulsiveness) is a tendency to act on a whim, displaying behavior characterized by little or no forethought, reflection, or consideration of the consequences. Impulsive actions are typically "poorly conceived, prematurely expressed, unduly risky, or inappropriate to the situation that often result in undesirable consequences," which imperil.
The Neurobiology of Aggressive and Antisocial Behavior Antisocial and aggressive behavior is linked to gray matter brain abnormalities. Posted Neurobiology of Abnormal Emotion and Motivated Behaviors: Integrating Animal and Human Research pulls together world-renowned leaders from both animal and human research, providing a conceptual framework on how neuroscience can inform our understanding of emotion and motivation, while also outlining methodological commonalities between animal and human.
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Coccaro, M.D. Mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) is highly prevalent, with an estimated occurrence in the United States of more than million per year. While one consequence of mTBI is impul.Experimental studies aimed at understanding the neurobiology of aggression started in the early 20th century, and by employing increasingly sophisticated tools of functional neuroanatomy (i.e., from electric/chemical lesion and stimulation techniques to neurochemical mapping and manipulations) have provided the important framework for the functional brain circuit Cited by: