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This book presents a thorough, accessible and appealing overview of the field of Memory, written by some of the world's leading researchers with students in mind.
Table of Contents
|Research on the development and prevention of behaviour problems: A fundamental change still hard to grasp for most investigators|
|How gene-environment interactions shape biobehavioural development: Lessons from studies with rhesus monkeys|
|Epigenetics and behaviour|
|Maternal smoking, genes and adolescent brain and body: The Saguenay Youth Study|
|The development of chronic physical aggression: Genes and environments matter from the beginning|
|Personality in children and adolescents: Development and consequences|
|A developmental perspective on sex differences in aggressive behaviours|
|Intergenerational transmission of risk for antisocial behaviour|
|Policy implications of present knowledge on the development and prevention of physical aggression and violence|
|From child development to human development|
|Inconvenient truths: Behavioural research and social policy|
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