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by David M. Stoff,James Breiling,Jack D. Maser
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  • Author:
    David M. Stoff,James Breiling,Jack D. Maser
  • ISBN:
    0471124524
  • ISBN13:
    978-0471124528
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    Wiley; 1 edition (October 7, 1997)
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    624 pages
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Handbook of Antisocial BehaviorEach year tens of thousands of families are torn apart, hundreds ofthousands of lives are ruined, and millions of dollars' worth ofproperty is destroyed as a result of antisocial behavior. Soendemic are violence and aggression to our society that it isn'thard to imagine future historians categorizing the late twentiethcentury not as the "Space Age" or the "Information Age," but as the"Antisocial Age"--the time when society went to war against itself.As with any plague that threatens civilization, the first and bestline of defense against antisocial behavior is the knowledge thatcomes from dedicated scientific research into its causes andcures.Does violence on the screen cause violence in the street? * Do hormones cause violence? * Can we prevent violence? * Is antisocial behavior a mental illness? * How can we identify and measure antisocial behavior? * How are women and men similar and different with respect toantisocial behavior? * How can we better understand spouse and child abuse?In the latter part of this century, an increasingly vigorous andsophisticated scientific study of antisocial behavior has emerged.This new science has offered partial answers to some very importantquestions which will lead to better understanding and prevention ofantisocial behavior. These and other questions are addressed in theHandbook of Antisocial Behavior. In 50 chapters, more than 100leading scientists, clinicians, and scholars review the research intheir area of expertise to provide extraordinarily extensive anddeep coverage of the field in a single volume.These experts share their findings, insights, and theoriesconcerning most types of antisocial behaviors and antisocialbehavioral disorders, including aggressiveness, noncompliance,conduct problems, delinquency, sexual offenses, criminality, mediaviolence, child abuse, spouse abuse, impulsivity, and antisocialpersonality disorder.The Handbook of Antisocial Behavior is an indispensable resourcefor mental health practitioners, as well as anyone involved inresearch into violence and aggression, including psychologists,psychiatrists, neuroscientists, public health professionals,epidemiologists, sociologists, and criminologists.A comprehensive review of the latest research and clinicaltrendsMore than 100 of the world's leading researchers and cliniciansfrom the fields of psychology, psychiatry, the neurosciences,sociology, epidemiology, and criminology share their insights intothe causes of and cures for one of contemporary society's mostperplexing and pernicious classes of behavioral disorders. Coveringvirtually all forms of antisocial behavior and antisocialbehavioral disorders, the Handbook of Antisocial Behavior comprisesthe most extensive review currently available of: * The development and origins of antisocial behavior * The demographics of all forms of antisocial behavior * The latest assessment and diagnostic techniques * Breakthroughs in prevention and intervention * Special populations and special issues, from domestic violence tocross-cultural and gender issues