How can the study of biological processes help design new interventions for children with severe antisocial behavior?

@article{Goozen2008HowCT,
  title={How can the study of biological processes help design new interventions for children with severe antisocial behavior?},
  author={S. V. van Goozen and G. Fairchild},
  journal={Development and Psychopathology},
  year={2008},
  volume={20},
  pages={941 - 973}
}
Abstract Children with severe antisocial behavior have an increased risk of showing violently aggressive and other forms of problem behavior in adolescence and adulthood. It is well established that both biological and social factors are involved in the development of antisocial behavior. The primary aim of this paper is to discuss the evidence that specific neurobiological systems are involved in the etiology of childhood-onset antisocial behavior. These factors are responsible for the… Expand
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