Edited By: J Groebel and RA Hinde
256 pages, no illustrations
Derived from a meeting of natural and social scientists, this interdisciplinary book aims to summarize the main issues regarding the problem of human aggression, as well as human beliefs about the subject. This study brings together internationally known authorities and presents their recent contributions which range in complexity from the physiological to individual aggression, group conflict, and international war. The study concludes with a multilevel approach to the problems of aggression and war. In nontechnical language suitable for general science readers, the book provides a valuable framework for the development of ideas and new attitudies in a field rife with misconceptions.
...makes a powerful case that anyone with a concern for the future of the world should take seriously. It faces up to the complexity of the problems confronting the containment of human aggression and the eradication of international war, but it argues that we have it in our power to grapple with them if only we can find the resolve to try. BioScience "This volume may not bear directly on clinical practice, but it will inform and stimulate the eclectic clinician." Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease
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