Controlling Offensive Behavior Using Narrative Exposure Therapy : A Randomized Controlled Trial of Former Street Children

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Insecure and violent environments foster two different forms of aggressive behavior: reactive aggressive responding, such as fearful or angry impulsive behavior to perceived threats, and appetitive aggression, which encompasses violence-related feelings of power, excitement, and pleasure. We tested whether forensic offender rehabilitation narrative exposure… (More)

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@inproceedings{Crombach2015ControllingOB, title={Controlling Offensive Behavior Using Narrative Exposure Therapy : A Randomized Controlled Trial of Former Street Children}, author={Anselm Crombach and Thomas Elbert}, year={2015} }