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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Emotions and aggressive behavior.
Toronto : Hogrefe & Huber, ©2007
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Georges Steffgen; Mario Gollwitzer
|Description:||x, 229 pages : illustrations, portrait ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||pt. 1. Historiography of research on aggression and emotion. Historiography of research on aggression and emotion and their intersection in the last quarter of the 20th century: bibliometric analyses of psychological research in German-speaking and Anglo-American research / Gabriel Schui and Günter Krampen. pt. 2. Emotion-based motives and measures of aggression. Emotion-based aggression motives / Leo Montada --
Implicit and explicit measures for analyzing the aggression of computer gamers / Matthias Bluemke and Joerg Zumbach. pt. 3. Anger and aggression. Angry emotions and aggressive behaviors / Roy F. Baumeister and Brad J. Bushman --
The functional neuroanatomy of anger and aggression / Sylvia Richter, Kirsten Jordan, and Torsten Wüstenberg --
Does anger treatment reduce aggressive behavior? / Georges Steffgen and Jan Pfetsch --
How affective is revenge? Emotional processes involved in vengeful reactions to experienced injustice / Mario Gollwitzer. pt. 4. Emotions and aggression in intergroup contexts. Intergroup aggression and emotions: a framework and first data / Ulrich Wagner and Oliver Christ --
Emotions in negative intergroup relations: an affective route to outgroup derogation / Kerstin Schütte and Thomas Kessler. pt. 5. Emotions and aggression in a developmental perspective. Tight bonds or loose associations? Crossroads of emotion, social integration, and aggression in early adolescence / Angela Ittel --
Moral emotions and aggressive behavior in childhood / Tina Malti --
Emotion, aggression, and the meaning of prevention in early childhood / Florian Juen [and others] --
Preschool prevention of emotional-social disorders and aggressive behavior / Johannes Bach.
|Responsibility:||edited by Georges Steffgen, Mario Gollwitzer.|
Review to appear in 'International Society for Research on Aggression Bulletin' in June 2008 and in 'Forensic Update' in July 2008. Reviewed by Jane L. Ireland, Chartered Forensic Psychologist based