Biological Approaches to Aggression

Does exposure to aggressive behavior during pregnancy change social behavior of adult offspring? 
Kathryn L. Hood, Douglas A. Granger, Eric N. Sergeant (Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA) 
Gilbert Gottlieb (Center for Developmental Science, Chapel Hill, NC) 

Experimental approach to the study of learned aggression 
N. Kudryavtseva (Institute of Cytology and Genetics SDRAS, Novosibirsk, Russia) 

Facilitating effects of corticosterone on brain mechanisms involved in violent behavior: Single and repeated treatments 
Jozsef Haller (Institute of Experimental Medicine, Budapest, Hungary) 
Menno Kruk (Amsterdam Center for Drug Research, The Netherlands) 

Serotonin and aggression in children 
John Constantino (Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO) 
Dennis Murphy (NIMH, Bethesda, MD) 

Experimental investigation of the serotonin hypothesis of aggressive behavior
Michael McCloskey, Mitchell Berman, Pamela Posey, and Virginia Crawford (University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS) 
Emil Coccaro (Medical College of Pennsylvania, Hahnemann University Medical School, Philadelphia, PA)