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BRAIN FUNCTION. VOLUME V. AGGRESSION AND DEFENSE: NEURAL MECHANISMS AND SOCIAL PATTERNS.
UCLA Forum in Medical Sciences No. 7,
CALIFORNIA UNIV LOS ANGELES BRAIN RESEARCH INST
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Contents Development of aggression as a factor in early human and pre-human evolution Attack and defense in animal societies Ontogenetic and maturational studies of aggressive behavior Brain mechanisms related to aggressive behavior Aggression, defense and neurohumors Aggression and defense under cerebral radio control Aggression as studied in troops of Japanese monkeys Aggressive behavior in cetacea Experiments on automatism and intent in human aggression Human aggression in psychiatric perspective Rebellion in Los Angeles The Watts Riots The social and political framework of war and peace.
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