Human Paleopsychology: Applications to Aggression and Pathological Processes

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Psychology Press, 1987 - Psychology - 542 pages
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Contents

The Phylogenetic RegressionProgression Model
29
The Evolved Nervous System
53
Summary
73
Intelligence and the RegressionProgression Continuum
99
Summary
113
RegressionProgression and Human Evolution
116
Summary 757
157
Summary and Comment
200
Summary
347
Aggression Violence and the Brain
363
Theoretical Considerations
372
Summary
383
Predation
390
Territoriality
401
Dominance
409
Summary
420

External Elicitors
219
Summary
236
Summary
262
Learning and Behavior
283
Summary
300
The Method of Hierarchical Analysis
330
Disorders of
438
Summary
457
References
486
Author Index
509
Subject Index 600
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Larry J. Bailey attended Ball State University and taught high school industrial arts prior to completing the Doctor of Education degree in Vocational Education at the University of Illinois. Before joining Southern Illinois University in 1969, he held faculty research appointments at the University of Illinois and at the University of Iowa. The author of seven books and more than 100 other book chapters, articles, papers, and reports, Dr. Bailey also served as a member of the National Advisory Council on Career Education and the Advisory Council on Adult, Vocational, and Technical Education, State of Illinois. Dr. Bailey retired from his professorship at SIU in 2004, but continues to work part-time on the development of instructional materials for distance learning and other special projects for the Department of Workforce Education and Development.

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