violent behavior, from early childhood onward. It also gives a unique inside view on the development of the scientists, the development of scientific collaborations, the development of the science of behavior development, ...
Author: Richard E. Tremblay
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Find out how 12 World War II babies created a unified understanding on the development and prevention of human violence.
The handbook examines a range of theoretical, policy, and research issues and provides a comprehensive overview of aggressive and violent behavior.
Author: Daniel J. Flannery
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
From a team of leading experts comes a comprehensive, multidisciplinary examination of the most current research including the complex issue of violence and violent behavior. The handbook examines a range of theoretical, policy, and research issues and provides a comprehensive overview of aggressive and violent behavior. The breadth of coverage is impressive, ranging from research on biological factors related to violence and behavior-genetics to research on terrrorism and the impact of violence in different cultures. The authors examine violence from international cross-cultural perspectives, with chapters that examine both quantitative and qualitative research. They also look at violence at multiple levels: individual, family, neighborhood, cultural, and across multiple perspectives and systems, including treatment, justice, education, and public health.
Physical aggression and expressive vocabulary in 19-month-old twins. Developmental Psychology, 39, 261–273. Diorio, J., Weaver, I. C. G., & Meaney, M. J. (2000). A DNA array study of hippocampal gene expression regulated by maternal ...
Author: Diana H. Fishbein
Publisher: Civic Research Institute, Inc.
This authoritative reference featuring chapters by nationally and internationally recognized experts details behavioral science research with respect to antisocial, criminal, violent behavior, substance abuse, and other high risk behaviors and puts it in context for criminologists, criminal justice practitioners and policymakers, public and mental health professionals, treatment providers and prevention professionals. This resource provides a rich source of leading-edge thinking and data on the causes and treatment of antisocial behavior.
To lay the scientific groundwork for the next generation of preventive interventions , a multicommunity program of developmental studies of aggressive , violent , and antisocial behaviors is needed . By tracing the influences of the ...
Aggression and antisocial behavior . ... Social , emotional and personality development ( 5th ed . , pp . ... The science of youth violence prevention : Progressing from developmental epidemiology to efficacy to effectiveness to public ...
Author: Kathleen M. Thies
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Handbook of Human Development provides health care professionals with a current, comprehensive, and practical overview of human development. The goal for each chapter is to offer a review of the literature on that particular subject, and goes on to analyze the current theory and research in a particular field, in light of the practical applications for readers.
The science of youth violence prevention: Progressing from developmental epidemiology to efficacy to effectiveness to ... Effectiveness of universal school-based programs to prevent violent and aggressive behavior: A systematic review.
Author: Kristi Holsinger
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Designed as a text for Criminal Justice and Criminology capstone courses, Toward Justice encourages students to engage critically with conceptions of justice that go beyond the criminal justice system, in order to cultivate a more thorough understanding of the system as it operates on the ground in an imperfect world—where people aren’t always rational actors, where individual cases are linked to larger social problems, and where justice can sometimes slip through the cracks. Through a combined focus on content and professional development, Toward Justice helps students translate what they have learned in the classroom into active strategies for justice in their professional lives—preparing them for careers that will not simply maintain the status quo and stability that exists within our justice system, but rather challenge the system to achieve justice.
Mediators of the development and prevention of violent behavior. Prevention Science, 8(3), 171–179. Jennings, P. A., & Greenberg, M. T. (2009). The prosocial classroom: Teacher social and emotional competence in relation to student and ...
Author: Joseph A. Durlak
Publisher: Guilford Publications
The burgeoning multidisciplinary field of social and emotional learning (SEL) now has a comprehensive and definitive handbook covering all aspects of research, practice, and policy. The prominent editors and contributors describe state-of-the-art intervention and prevention programs designed to build students' skills for managing emotions, showing concern for others, making responsible decisions, and forming positive relationships. Conceptual and scientific underpinnings of SEL are explored and its relationship to children's and adolescents' academic success and mental health examined. Issues in implementing and assessing SEL programs in diverse educational settings are analyzed in depth, including the roles of school- and district-level leadership, teacher training, and school-family partnerships.
Promoting social and emotional development is an essential part of students' education. Child Development, 54 , 1–3 . ... Understanding how programs work to prevent overt aggressive behaviors: A meta-analysis of mediators of elementary ...
Author: Jeffrey M. Jenson
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The authors trace the history and evolution of school, family, and community approaches to preventing child and adolescent problem behaviour. Empirical evidence pertaining to the prevention of substance abuse, juvenile delinquency, violence, and school dropout is reviewed. Efficacious programme strategies are identified and characteristics of effective programmes are discussed. Programme implementation, fidelity, and adaptation challenges are noted. Practice, policy, and education efforts necessary to advance prevention in school, family, and community settings are delineated.
“The Correspondence of Family Features with Problem, Aggressive, Criminal, and Violent Behavior: A Meta-Analysis. ... “The Science of Youth Violence Prevention: Progressing from Developmental Epidemiology to Efficacy to Effectiveness to ...
Author: David P. Farrington
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Social Science
Developmental and life-course criminology are both concerned with the study of changes in offending and problem behaviors over time. Developmental studies in criminology focus on psychological factors that influence the onset and persistence of criminal behavior, while life-course studies analyze how changes in social arrangements, like marriage, education or social networks, can lead to changes in offending. Though each perspective is clearly concerned with patterns of offending and problem behavior over time, the literature on each is spread across various disciplines, including criminology & criminal justice, psychology, and sociology. The Oxford Handbook on Developmental and Life-Course Criminology offers the first comprehensive survey of these two approaches together. Edited by three noted authorities in the field, the volume provides in-depth critical reviews of the development of offending, developmental and life-course theories, development correlates and risk/protective factors, life transitions and turning points, and effective developmental interventions from the world's leading scholars. In the first two sections, the contributors provide overviews of specific criminal career parameters, including age-crime curve, prevalence/frequency of offending, and co-offending, and review the main theoretical frameworks in the developmental and life-course criminology areas. They further summarize some of the empirical literature on known developmental correlates and risk/protective factors associated with longitudinal patterns of offending in the next section. The fourth section focuses on life transitions and turning points as they may relate to persistence in-or desistance from-criminal activity into adulthood, while the final section examines the genesis of antisocial, delinquent, and criminal activity, its maintenance, and its cessation. A state of the art overview on the topic, this Handbook aims to be the most authoritative resource on all issues germane to developmental and life-course criminologists and provides next steps for further research.
Rather, a combination of effective approaches is needed that address different types of violence, behavior, ... Little attention has been given, however, to the development and implementation of strategies to prevent violent behavior ...
Author: M. Dwayne Smith
An introduction summarizes the social theories of homicide and the methodological issues in the study of homicide. This accessible volume then focuses on specific types of homicides including: mass and serial murders, homicides by youth, gang homicides, domestic homicides, homicides by female offenders, and alcohol/drug related homicides.