Development of antisocial and prosocial behavior: research, theories, and issues
This book addresses the similarities and differences between the conceptually related areas of prosocial and antisocial behavior. Providing recent yet unpublished research, the editors elucidate new approaches toward the broader understanding of these multifaceted phenomena. Topics discussed include:**biosocial approaches to antisocial and prosocial developments;**early developmental patterns;**impulse control; and**socialization in the family, childhood groups, and society.**Psychologists, criminologists, educators, and sociologists will all benefit from the wealth of information presented within.
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