Journals Higher Education

£64.00

Hardback

Published: 12 February 2009

432 Pages | 22 line figures; 1 colour plate

246x171mm

ISBN: 9780199543533


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Chapter 1

The Neurobiological Basis of Violence

Science and Rehabilitation

Edited by Sheilagh Hodgins, Essi Viding, and Anna Plodowski

  • Covers a range of topics from basic neuroscience to treatment and prevention, providing a wide overview of knowledge about the causes of violent offending, effective rehabilitation, and prevention
  • Opens with a foreword by Sir Michael Rutter, setting the scence and helping the reader understand the context of each topic and chapter and the links across chapters
  • Translational in approach, demonstrating how basic neuroscience research can be integrated into clinical practice, helping to develop much more effective interventions for the prevention and treatment of violent offending
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