A multi-factoral approach to undertanding anti-social and aggressive behaviour in children.
Reviewing and summarising a selection of articles covering neuropsychological, neurological and brain imaging studies. Reporting the finds as they relate to antisocial behaviour through a childs development.
that a low resting heart rate is a good indicator of individuals who will seek excitement to raise his arousal level, creating a fearless temperament.
Activity in the pre-frontal lobes is lower in..
impulsive individuals, who are likely to be antisocial and aggressive.
These factors add to the risk:
Smoking and Drinking during pregnancy
Biological deficits predispose to anti-social and aggressive behaviour in children and adults.