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Tipo: materialTypeLabelLibro - General
Ubicación Física: 614.15 / B414 2018

The Wiley blackwell handbook of forensic neuroscience /

Autor: Beech, Anthony R.
Otros Autores: Carter, Adam J. ( autor ) ; Mann, Ruth E. ( autora ) ; Rotshtein, Pia. ( autora ) .
Pié de imprenta: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, 2018.
Descripción: 2 volúmenes ; ilustraciones, fotografías a acolor ; 17 x 25 cm.
ISBN: 9781118650929 (v.1).
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Contenido: v.1. Part I. Introduction. 1. Neuroscience in forensic settings: origins and recent developments. 2. A briet introduction to neuroscience. Part II. General neuroscience research. 3. The neurobiology of aggressive behavior. 4. The neurobiology of sexual behavior and sexual attraction. 5. Reward sensitivity and behavioral control: neuroimaging evidence for brain systems underlying risk-taking behavior. 6. The neurobiology of emotion regulation. 7. The social neuroscience of empathy and its relationship to moral behavior. 8. The neuroscience od deception. Part III. 9.The neurobiological underppinnings of psychopathy. 10. Antisocial personality disorder. 11. Offenders with autism spectrum disorder. 12. The neuroscience of violent offending. 13. The neuroscience of sexual offending. 14. The neuroscience of acquisistive/impulsive offending. 15. Neurobiology of brain injury and its link with violence and extreme single and multiple homicides. 16. The neurobiology of offending behavior in adolescence. 17. Alcohol-related aggression and violence. v.2. Part IV. Neurobiological bases to risk factors for offending. 18. Genetic contributions to the development of psychopathics traits and antissocial behavior in youths. 19. Developmental risk factors. 20. Mental illness as a putative risk factor for violence and aggression. 21. Modifying risk factors: building strengths. 22. Engaging with forensic populations: a biologically informed approach. 23. Brain scanning and therapeutics: how do you unless you look? Neuroimaging guided treatment in forensic settings. 24. Therapy for acquired brain injury. 25. The impact of physical exercice on antisocial behavior: a neurocognitive perspective. 26. Treating emotion dysregulations in antisocial behavior: a neuroscientific perspective. 27. The pharmacological treatment of sex offenders. 28. Understanding and using compassion focused therapy in forensic settings. 29. The neurobiology of eye movement desensitization reprocessing therapy. 30. Adjusting the lens: a developmental perspective for treating youth with sexual behavior problems. Part VI. Ethical, legal, and political implications. 31. The impact of neglect, trauma, and maltreatment on neurodevelopment: implications for juvenile justice practice, programs, and policy. 32. Forensic neuropsychology and violence: neuroscientific and legal implications. 33. Forensic neuropsychology in the criminal court: a socio-legal perspective. 34. Forensic neuropsychology: social, cultural, and political implications. Part VII. 35.Explanation in forensic neuroscience. 36. Considerations for the forensic practitioner.

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v.1. Part I. Introduction. 1. Neuroscience in forensic settings: origins and recent developments. 2. A briet introduction to neuroscience. Part II. General neuroscience research. 3. The neurobiology of aggressive behavior. 4. The neurobiology of sexual behavior and sexual attraction. 5. Reward sensitivity and behavioral control: neuroimaging evidence for brain systems underlying risk-taking behavior. 6. The neurobiology of emotion regulation. 7. The social neuroscience of empathy and its relationship to moral behavior. 8. The neuroscience od deception. Part III. 9.The neurobiological underppinnings of psychopathy. 10. Antisocial personality disorder. 11. Offenders with autism spectrum disorder. 12. The neuroscience of violent offending. 13. The neuroscience of sexual offending. 14. The neuroscience of acquisistive/impulsive offending. 15. Neurobiology of brain injury and its link with violence and extreme single and multiple homicides. 16. The neurobiology of offending behavior in adolescence. 17. Alcohol-related aggression and violence. v.2. Part IV. Neurobiological bases to risk factors for offending. 18. Genetic contributions to the development of psychopathics traits and antissocial behavior in youths. 19. Developmental risk factors. 20. Mental illness as a putative risk factor for violence and aggression. 21. Modifying risk factors: building strengths. 22. Engaging with forensic populations: a biologically informed approach. 23. Brain scanning and therapeutics: how do you unless you look? Neuroimaging guided treatment in forensic settings. 24. Therapy for acquired brain injury. 25. The impact of physical exercice on antisocial behavior: a neurocognitive perspective. 26. Treating emotion dysregulations in antisocial behavior: a neuroscientific perspective. 27. The pharmacological treatment of sex offenders. 28. Understanding and using compassion focused therapy in forensic settings. 29. The neurobiology of eye movement desensitization reprocessing therapy. 30. Adjusting the lens: a developmental perspective for treating youth with sexual behavior problems. Part VI. Ethical, legal, and political implications. 31. The impact of neglect, trauma, and maltreatment on neurodevelopment: implications for juvenile justice practice, programs, and policy. 32. Forensic neuropsychology and violence: neuroscientific and legal implications. 33. Forensic neuropsychology in the criminal court: a socio-legal perspective. 34. Forensic neuropsychology: social, cultural, and political implications. Part VII. 35.Explanation in forensic neuroscience. 36. Considerations for the forensic practitioner.

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