Effects of adverse early-life events on aggression and anti-social behaviours in animals and humans.

@article{Haller2014EffectsOA,
  title={Effects of adverse early-life events on aggression and anti-social behaviours in animals and humans.},
  author={J{\'o}zsef Haller and Gordon T. Harold and Carmen Sandi and Inga D. Neumann},
  journal={Journal of neuroendocrinology},
  year={2014},
  volume={26 10},
  pages={724-38}
}
We review the impact of early adversities on the development of violence and antisocial behaviour in humans, and present three aetiological animal models of escalated rodent aggression, each disentangling the consequences of one particular adverse early-life factor. A review of the human data, as well as those obtained with the animal models of repeated maternal separation, post-weaning social isolation and peripubertal stress, clearly shows that adverse developmental conditions strongly affect… CONTINUE READING
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