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The Development and Socialization of Aggression During the First Five Years of Life

Kate Keenan, PhD

University of Chicago, USA

June 2002
Obstetric Complications and Aggression

Sharon Ishikawa, PhD, Adrian Raine, PhD

University of Southern California, USA

April 2003
Commentary on Papers Regarding “Aggression as an Outcome of Early Childhood Development”

Daniel S. Shaw, PhD

University of Pittsburgh, USA

April 2003


Aggression in Young Children Services Proven to be Effective in Reducing Aggression

Carolyn Webster-Stratton, PhD

University of Washington, USA

September 2005, Rev. ed.
Programs and Services Effective in Reducing Aggression in Young Children

John E. Lochman, PhD, Saxon Chair in Clinical Psychology

University of Alabama, USA

April 2003
Preventive Interventions that Reduce Aggression in Young Children

Celene E. Domitrovich, PhD, Mark T. Greenberg, PhD

Pennsylvania State University, USA

June 2003
Supporting Young Children and Their Families in the Reduction of Aggression. Comments on Webster-Stratton, Domitrovich and Greenberg, and Lochman

Debra J. Pepler, PhD

LaMarsh Centre for Research on Violence and Conflict Resolution, Canada

June 2003