Latest Genetics of aggression Stories

Understanding How To Address Childhood Aggression
2014-01-21 08:41:15

The development of physical aggression in toddlers is strongly associated genetic factors and to a lesser degree with the environment

2012-06-20 12:11:26

Pathological rage can be blocked in mice, researchers have found, suggesting potential new treatments for severe aggression, a widespread trait characterized by sudden violence, explosive outbursts and hostile overreactions to stress.

2012-06-11 21:26:48

Out of control competitive aggression could be a result of a lagging neurotransmitter called dopamine, say researchers presenting a study at the Society of Nuclear Medicine's 2012 Annual Meeting.

2011-10-26 13:03:43

Children who have a good relationship with their teacher may be protected from expressing aggression and being the target of aggression at school.

2011-09-27 11:18:54

For decades, laboratory mice have been widely used in research aimed at understanding which genes are involved in various illnesses.

2006-06-28 12:21:49

By Charnicia Huggins NEW YORK (Reuters Health) -

2005-07-14 14:36:14

Children who ostracize or gossip about other kids have likely picked up that behavior from their peers, families or teachers, according to new study findings.

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