Mind and Body Researcher Biographical Sketches and Research Summaries

Lucille T. Cacioppo (Editor)

Series: New Developments in Medical Research, Health Psychology Research Focus
BISAC: PSY036000



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This new book compiles biographical sketches of top professionals in the field of mind and body research, as well as research summaries from a number of different focuses in this important field. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical )

Preface xix

Part I: Research Biographies pg. 1

Chapter 1. Martina Casey pg. 3

Chapter 2. Kimberly L. Day pg. 5

Chapter 3. Judy Fleiter pg. 9

Chapter 4. Sarah Fogarty pg. 11

Chapter 5. Philip Young P. Hong pg. 13

Chapter 6. Navin Kaushal pg. 15

Chapter 7. Tina Kavčič pg. 17

Chapter 8. Douglas A. MacDonald pg. 21

Chapter 9. James N. Meindl pg. 23

Chapter 10. Neal Miller pg. 25

Chapter 11. Yoshifumi Miyazaki pg. 27

Chapter 12. Stacey R. Nefouse pg. 31

Chapter 13. Irina Trofimova pg. 33

Chapter 14. Manabu Tsuzuki pg. 37

Chapter 15. Estela Vilhena pg. 39

Chapter 16. Maja Zupančič pg. 43

Part II: Research Summaries pg. 49

Chapter 17. Acne: A Review on Epidemiology, Pathogenesis and Treatment Options pg. 51
(Richa Sharma and Namrita Lall)

Chapter 18. Acne: Pathogenesis, Therapy and Social Effects pg. 53
(Gabriella Fabbrocini, Sara Cacciapuoti, Dario Bianca
and Giuseppe Monfrecola)

Chapter 19. Selected Thai Medicinal Plant for the Treatment of Acne: Garciniamangostana Linn pg. 55
(Panupon Khumsupan and Wandee Gritsanapan)

Chapter 20. Acne and IGF-I: A Fascinating Hypothesis pg. 57
(Elena Guanziroli, Laura Maffeis and Mauro Barbareschi)

Chapter 21. Melanocortin-1 and -5 Receptors as Targets for Acne Therapy pg. 59
(Wen-Hwa Li, Li Zhang and Miri Seiberg)

Chapter 22. Psychosocial and Emotional Aspects of Acne: pg. 61
The Need for a Psychosomatic Approach to Management
(K. Stephen and A. G. Affleck)

Chapter 23. Light Cautery in the Treatment of Closed Comedones pg. 63
(V. Bettoli, S. Zauli and A. Virgili)

Chapter 24. Men’s Body Image: Psychometric Evaluation of New Questionnaires pg. 65
(Travis A. Ryan, Todd G. Morrison and Sarah Roddy)

Chapter 25. Violence Against Women: Virginity and Honour Killings pg. 67
(Kamile Kukulu and Öznur Körükcü)

Chapter 26. Dimensions of Consciousness within the Psychopathic
Personality: A Look Behind the Veil pg. 69
(Eric Anton Kreuter)

Chapter 27. Bisecting Number Lines: Spatial Biases in Horizontal
and Vertical Orientations pg. 71
(Marco Fabbri)

Chapter 28. Are We Having Fun Yet?: An Exploration of the Fun-Loving
Trait Construct pg. 73
(Dave Korotkov and Ian Fraser)

Chapter 29. Relational Creativity: A Redundant Construct and a Teachable Competence? pg. 75
(Walter Colesso and Luciano L’Abate)

Chapter 30. Ambulatory Assessment of Emotions in College Students
with and without Borderline Characteristics: Initial Validation
of the Borderline Symptom List, 21 Item Version pg. 77
(Christina M. Derbidge, Theodore P. Beauchaine
and Marsha M. Linehan)

Chapter 31. Preventing Anxiety and Depression in Children:
Status and Promise pg. 79
(Robert D. Friedberg, Gina M. Brelsford,
Amanda Pearl and Fauzia Mahr)

Chapter 32. Culture-Bound Syndrome in Thailand: A Case
of Community and Environmental Psychology pg. 81
(Viroj Wiwanitkit)

Chapter 33. In Support of Theory in Applied Research and Practice pg. 83
(Luciano L’Abate)

Chapter 34. A Hierarchical Framework for Relational Competence
Theory pg. 85
(Luciano L’Abate)

Chapter 35. Updating the Alexitymia Construct and its Measurement pg. 87
(Mario Cusinato)

Chapter 36. Understanding Alexithymia through an Information
Processing Model pg. 89
(Mario Cusinato)

Chapter 37. Relational Competence and Alexithymia: How
are they Related? pg. 91
(Eleonora Maino)

Chapter 38. Comparing Two Versions of the Relational Answers Questionnaire pg. 93
(Mario Cusinato)

Chapter 39. Self-Presentation Strategies: A New Version of the Self-Presentation Scale pg. 95
(Mario Cusinato)

Chapter 40. Continuum of Likeness Scales: A Proposal for Evaluating
Self-Identity Differentiation pg. 97
(Walter Colesso)

Chapter 41. Updating the RC-Ecomap: A Multi-model, Theory-derived Instrument pg. 99
(Walter Colesso)

Chapter 42. Advances in RC-Ecomap: Administrations to Check Validity
and Reliability pg. 101
(Walter Colesso and Miguel Garrido Fernández)

Chapter 43. A New Version of the Self-Other- Profile-Chart pg. 103
(Mario Cusinato)

Chapter 44. Unexpressed and Expressed Hurts: Two Different Trajectories for Similar Feelings pg. 105
(Mario Cusinato and Luciano L’Abate)

Chapter 45. Alexithymia Dimensions in Aging pg. 107
(Walter Colesso)

Chapter 46. Alexithymia Dimensions and Emotionally Perceived
Parenting Styles pg. 109
(Giovanna Gianesini)

Chapter 47. Alexithymia Dimensions in Addiction pg. 111
(Walter Colesso)

Chapter 48. Alexithymia Dimensions as Parenting Challenges pg. 113
(Eleonora Maino)

Chapter 49. Implications of Research on Alexithymia for Relational Competence Theory pg. 115
(Mario Cusinato and Luciano L’Abate)

Chapter 50. Beneficial Effects of Aerobic Exercise Training on Cardiac, Vascular and Skeletal Muscle issues in Hypertension:
Recent Evidences pg. 117
(Fernanda Roberta Roque, Tiago Fernandes, Vander José das Neves and Edilamar Menezes de Oliveira)

Chapter 51. Efficacy of Aerobic Exercise to Induce Neuroprotection
in Neurodegenerative Diseases pg. 119
(Brooke Van Kummer, Toni Uhlendorf and Randy Cohen)

Chapter 52. Role of Aerobic Exercise in Cardiopulmonary Health
and Rehabilitation pg. 121
(Brandon S. Shaw and Ina Shaw)

Chapter 53. Moderate Exercise as an Adjuvant Therapy for Treatment-Resistant Major Depressive Disorder: 6-Month Follow-Up pg. 123
(Jorge Mota-Pereira, Jorge Silverio, Daniela Fonte,
Serafim Carvalho, Joaquim Ramos and Jose Carlos Ribeiro)

Chapter 54. Exercise Intervention in Treatment-Resistant Major Depressive Disorder: Benefits of Accelerometer Monitoring pg. 125
(Jorge Mota-Pereira, Jose Carlos Ribeiro, Daniela Fonte,
Serafim Carvalho, Joaquim Ramos and Jorge Silverio)

Chapter 55. The Vascular Endothelium: A Conduit by Which Aerobic
Exercise Reduces Cardiovascular Disease Risk pg. 127
(Nina C. Franklin and Shane A. Phillips)

Chapter 56. Exercise Intensity in Different Exercise Modes pg. 129
(C. Oliveira, M. Simões and P. Bezerra)

Chapter 57. Clinical Effects of Aquatic Therapeutic Exercise on Osteoarthritis of the Lower Limb pg. 131
(Luis Espejo Antúnez and Elisa María Garrido Ardila)

Chapter 58. Beyond Well-Being: The Fascination of Risk and of the New Psychological Addictions pg. 133
(Laura Tappatà)

Chapter 59. The Genetic Basis of Bipolar Disorder pg. 135
(Laura Mandelli, Stefano Porcelli, Chiara Fabbri
and Alessandro Serretti)

Chapter 60. Updated Research in Bipolar Disorders: Subtypes, Comorbidities, and Novel Treatment Model pg. 137
(Ru-Band Lu and Sheng-Yu Lee)

Chapter 61. Social Cognition in Bipolar Disorder pg. 139
(Guillermo Lahera, Paloma García-Ramos
and Salvador Ruiz-Murugarren)

Chapter 62. Cognitive Impairment in Bipolar Disorder: Implications
for Clinical Practice pg. 141
(Emily Manove and Boaz Levy)

Chapter 63. Neuroimaging and Neuropsychological Assessment
in Bipolar Disorder pg. 143
(Matthew A. Garlinghouse and Samuel T. Gontkovsky)

Chapter 64. Errors, Evolution and Stability of Bipolar Disorder Diagnosis pg. 145
(Jorge Lopez-Castroman, Santiago Ovejero, Hilario Blasco-Fontecilla and Enrique Baca-Garcia)

Chapter 65. Astrocytic Involvement in Bipolar Disorder pg. 147
(Liang Peng, Marina Wolfson, Ye Chen and Leif Hertz)

Chapter 66. Bipolar Disorder and the Experiences of the Chinese Community within New Zealand pg. 149
(Ying Wang, Marcus Henning and Emmanuel Manalo)

Chapter 67. The Comorbid Factor: Evidence for a Positive Association
between Bipolar Disorders and Anxiety Disorders pg. 151
(Marianna Mazza, Giuseppe Marano and Gianandrea Traversi)

Chapter 68. Comorbid Autism Spectrum Disorders and Bipolar Disorder
in Youth: Prognostic Implications and Challenges for Practice pg. 153
(Adam S. Weissman)

Chapter 69. Suicide and Bipolar Disorder: The State of the Evidence pg. 155
(Michelle Wedig and Lauren M. Weinstock)

Chapter 70. Adverse Vascular Effects of Medications Used in the Treatment of Bipolar Disorder pg. 157
(Jess G. Fiedorowicz, Nora S. Metz and Maithri Prabhakar)

Chapter 71. Special Applications: A Review of Cognitive Behavioral
Mental Health Interventions for Children in Clinical
and School-Based Settings pg. 159
(Lynn D. Miller, Ellen Shumka, and Heather Baker)

Chapter 72. Studying Learning and Memory in Animals:
A Look Into Cognitive Function pg. 161
(Patricia S. Brocardo and Joana Gil-Mohapel)

Chapter 73. The Healing Potential of Imagination in the Treatment
of Psychotrauma: An Alternative Explanation for the
Effectiveness of the Treatment of PTSD
using Fantastic Reality pg. 163
(Mooli Lahad and Dmitry Leykin)

Chapter 74. Cognitive Therapy, Ego-Dystonicity and Eating Disorders pg. 165
(Magali Purcell Lalonde and Kieron O’Connor)

Chapter 75. Antecedents and Moderators of Anxiety Disorders
in a Community Sample of Italian Children Aged
Eight to 10 Years Old pg. 167
(Daphne Chessa, Daniela Di Riso, Elisa Delvecchio,
Adriana Lis and Silvia Salcuni)

Chapter 76. Longer-Term Effectiveness of CBT in Treatment
of Comorbid AUD/MDD Adolescents pg. 169
(Jack R. Cornelius, Antoine B. Douaihy, Levent Kirisci
and Dennis C. Daley)

Chapter 77. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with Vietnamese
Refugee and Immigrant Clients pg. 171
(Tam K. Dao, Quang X. Nguyen, Phuong T. Nguyen
and Laura J. Milliken)

Chapter 78. Framing Resilience as Transcendence and Resourcefulness
as Transformation pg. 173
(Marek J. Celinski)

Chapter 79. Resilience Science and Practice: Current Status and Future Directions pg. 175
(John W. Reich, Alex J. Zautra and John S. Hall)

Chapter 80. The Creative Psychosocial Genomics of Human Resilience
and Resourcefulness pg. 177
(Ernest Rossi, Jane Mortimer and Kathryn Rossi)

Chapter 81. Wisdom, Awareness of Life’s Purpose, and Happiness:
The Cognitive Informatics Approach pg. 179
(Andrew Targowski)

Chapter 82. Resiliency as a Virtue: Contributions from Humanistic
and Positive Psychology pg. 181
(Brent Dean Robbinsand Harris Friedman)

Chapter 83. The Dialectic Relationship between Resilience
and Resourcefulness pg. 183
(Marek J. Celinski)

Chapter 84. Sociobiological Aspects of Resilience pg. 185
(Elizabeth Tindle and Waveney Croft)

Chapter 85. The Trials of Personality in Culture: Individual Personality Uniqueness Within Cultural Conformity pg. 187
(Frank J. Lucatelli)

Chapter 86. The Virtue of Courage in the Western Philosophical Tradition pg. 189
(Jason McMartin)

Chapter 87. Strength and Weakness of Character: Psychological Health
and Resilience pg. 191
(Andrew N. Hall, Kathryn M. Gow, Michael L. Penn
and Eranda Jayawickreme)

Chapter 88. Will and Hope: Two Factors of Resilience pg. 193
(Roman Zawadzki)

Chapter 89. Sense of Humor, Personality, and Happiness pg. 195
(Richard E. Hicks and Alice Saver)

Chapter 90. Hope as a Personal Resource pg. 197
(LaRicka R. Wingate and Collin L. Davidson)

Chapter 91. Hope: The Mystery of Resilience in Facing Life’s Onslaughts pg. 199
(Roman Zawadzki)

Chapter 92. Resilience Framework: Resilience and Resourcefulness
in the Face of Chronic Family Adversity pg. 201
(Karol L. Kumpfer, Joaquin Fenollar, Jing Xie
and Barye Bluth Dellinger)

Chapter 93. Ego-Resilience and Psychological Wellness in Rural
Communities pg. 203
(Elizabeth Buikstra, Cath Rogers-Clark, Helen Ross,
Desley Hegney, Christine King, Peter Baker
and Kath McLachlan)

Chapter 94. Reports of Resilience in Trauma Journalism pg. 205
(Patrice A. Keats and Marla J. Buchanan)

Chapter 95. Organisational Survival and Improvement through Resilience pg. 207
(Bob Dick)

Chapter 96. Dealing with Uncertainty in Life Commitment:
Deciding on a Career pg. 209
(Victoria Alexander, Richard Hicks and Dee Bartrum)

Chapter 97. Resourcefulness as the Art of Succeeding pg. 211
(Marek J. Celinski and Lyle M. Allen III)

Chapter 98. Resourcefulness for Recovery in Australian Military
Veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder pg. 213
(Barry Casey, Kathryn Gow, David Crompton,
Marek J. Celinski, and Mark Antoniazzi)

Chapter 99. Resources in Coping with a Chronic Illness: The Example
of Recovery from Myocardial Infarction pg. 215
(Michał Ziarko and Łukasz Kaczmarek)

Chapter 100. Resourcefulness and Recovery in Rundown and Burned
Out Health Professionals pg. 217
(Suzanne Robertson and Kathryn Gow)

Chapter 101. Facilitating Human Resilience and Resourcefulness for the Mind-Body Healing of Stress, Trauma, and Life Crises pg. 219
(Ernest Rossi, Jane Mortimer and Kathryn Rossi)

Chapter 102. Tapping into a Client’s Emotional Resilience through the Use of Dialectical Behavior Therapy pg. 221
(Thomas Marra)

Chapter 103. Universal Hypnotherapy and the Resilience - Resourcefulness Model pg. 223
(R.D. Tukaev)

Chapter 104. The Interplay of Resourcefulness and Resilience in Recovery: A Six Session Approach in Treating Addictive Behaviour pg. 225
(Jorg Albers)

Chapter 105. Recovery as Narrative of Resilience and Resourcefulness pg. 227
(Marek J. Celinski and Lyle M. Allen III)

Chapter 106. Research on the Effectiveness of the Universal Hypnotherapy Model pg. 229
(Rashit D. Tukaev)

Chapter 107. Spirituality as an Untapped Resource in the Counseling Context: Clients and Therapists Give Their Views pg. 231
(Jeanne M. Joss-Reid and Kathryn M. Gow)

Chapter 108. Dementia and Geriatric Depression: The Links pg. 233
(Mahvash Shahidi, Amirhossein Modabbernia,
Mohammad Mojtahed and Ali Mojtahed)

Chapter 109. Depressive Symptoms among Community-Dwelling
Mexican Elderly pg. 235
(E.D. Arias-Merino, G.G. Ortiz, N.M. Mendoza Ruvalcaba,
M.J. Arias-Merino, I.E. Velázquez-Brizuela, R.M. Meda-Laraand and A.E. Morales-Sánchez)

Chapter 110. Depression in Older Adults with Chronic Kidney Disease pg. 237
(Seki A. Balogun, Rasheed A. Balogun
and Emaad M. Abdel-Rahman)

Chapter 111. Depression in Elderly Patients with End Stage Renal Disease Treated with Dialysis or Kidney Transplantation pg. 239
(Emaad M. Abdel-Rahman, Rasheed A. Balogun and Faruk Turgut)

Chapter 112. The Influence of Age-Related Neurological Diseases
on the Development of Depression in the Elderly pg. 241
(Yaroslav Winter and Tobias Back)

Chapter 113. Psychotic Depression in the Elderly pg. 243
(Rajesh R. Tampi and Deena Williamson)

Chapter 114. Management of Depression in Older People:
A Role for Physical Activity pg. 245
(Jane Sims, Daniel O’Connor and Colette Browning)

Chapter 115. Interactions between Dementia and Depression: Causes, Consequences, and Common Mechanisms pg. 247
(Analuiza Camozzato, Jarbas S. Roriz-Filho, Idiane Rosset Cruz, Márcia L.F. Chaves and Matheus Roriz-Cruz)

Chapter 116. Eating Disorders and Developmental Disabilities pg. 249
(Efrosini Kalyva)

Chapter 117. Emotionality and Mental Illness: A Multi-dimensional Model pg. 251
(Kam-shing Yip)

Chapter 118. Suicidology: A New Discipline for Preventing Suicide pg. 253
(Maurizio Pompili)

Chapter 119. Exploring the Phenomenology of Suicide pg. 255
(Maurizio Pompili)

Chapter 120. Acute Risk Factors for Suicide: Anxiety Severity
as a Treatment Modifiable Risk Factor pg. 257
(Jan Fawcett)

Chapter 121. Narcissistic Vulnerability to Suicide pg. 259
(Elsa Ronningstam)

Chapter 122. Impulsiveness and Suicide Risk: A Literature Review pg. 261
(Maurizio Pompili)

Chapter 123. The Role of Anger in the Risk of Suicide pg. 263
(Maurizio Pompili)

Chapter 124. Hallucinations and Suicide Risk: Future
Directions for Research and Clinical Implications pg. 265
(Maurizio Pompili)

Chapter 125. Suicidal Behavior in Unipolar Depression: Focus on Mixed States pg. 267
(Zoltán Rihmer, Franco Benazzi and Xénia Gonda)

Chapter 126. Suicidal Behaviors in Borderline Personality Disorder pg. 269
(Igor Weinberg and John T. Maltsberger)

Chapter 127. Suicide Risk, Sleep and Psychiatric Disorders
in the Precipitation of Traffic Accidents pg. 271
(Maurizio Pompili)

Chapter 128. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Suicidal Behavior pg. 273
(Maurizio Pompili)

Chapter 129. Suicide in Psychiatric Disorders During Adolescence pg. 275
(Alan Apter and Danuta Wasserman)

Chapter 130. Smoking as a Risk Factor for Suicide pg. 277
(Maurizio Pompili)

Chapter 131. Depression, Suicide Risk and Heart Disease in Men pg. 279
(Maurizio Pompili)

Chapter 132. White Matter Hyperintensities in Psychiatric Disorders
and Their Association with Suicide Risk pg. 281
(Maurizio Pompili)

Chapter 133. Neurobiology of Suicidal Behavior pg. 283
(J. John Mann and Dianne Currier)

Chapter 134. Association Between Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal
Axis Genes and Suicidal Behaviour. The CRHR1 Gene:
A Marker for Suicidality? pg. 285
(Celine Teo, Clement Zai, John Strauss and Vincenzo De Luca)

Chapter 135. Personality Disorders and Suicide: Risk Factors and Prevention pg. 287
(Marco Innamorati, Gianluca Serafini, Anna Contardi,
David Lester and Maurizio Pompili)

Chapter 136. Combined Dexamethasone Suppression-Corticotropin-Releasing Hormone Stimulation Test in Psychiatric Disorders and Suicidal Behavior pg. 289
(Leo Sher)

Chapter 137. Psychotherapy for Preventing Suicide pg. 291
(David Lester, Marco Innamorati and Maurizio Pompili)

Chapter 138. Internet Resources for Preventing Suicide pg. 293
(Maurizio Pompili)

Chapter 139. Suicide Prevention in the Army pg. 295
(Maurizio Pompili)

Chapter 140. Suicidal Behaviour Among Current and Former Peacekeepers pg. 297
(Maurizio Pompili)

Chapter 141. Religiosity and Suicide. A Selective Overview of Abrahamic Religions (Judaism, Christianity and Islam) versus Greek Narratives pg. 299
(Kalman J. Kaplan, Marco Innamorati, Eleonora Piacentini, Michele Battuello, David Lester, Roberto Tatarelli
and Maurizio Pompili)

Chapter 142. Expression and Control of the Pain Body pg. 301
(Ferenc Margitics)

Chapter 143. Birth-Order-Related Similarities and Differences in Infant-Father Interaction: A Preliminary Study pg. 303
(Theano Kokkinaki)

Chapter 144. Uncovering the Secrets of the Human Face: The Role
of the Face in Pro-Social and Forensic Contexts pg. 305
(Pamela Black, Stephen Porter, Alysha Baker
and Natasha Korva)

Chapter 145. Group-Level and Individual-Level Influences on Emotion Expression Decoding pg. 307
(Steven G. Young, Kurt Hugenberg and Alla Prokhovich)

Chapter 146. Valuation and Discrimination of Emotional Face Expressions: Localization and Timing of Cerebral Activity pg. 309
(Denise Prochnow, Benedikt Höing, Sascha Brunheim,
Hannes Kossack, Ralf Schäfer, Markus Braunewell,
Matthias Franz and Rüdiger J. Seitz)

Chapter 147. First, Mothers; Second, Administrators: Perceived Work-Family Interface in Women Principals pg. 311
(J.M. Coronel, Mª J Carrasco, and E. Moreno)

Chapter 148. “But who Said that you Eat When you Want and What you Want?” Verbal Conflicts at Dinnertime and Strategic Moves
among Family Members pg. 313
(Francesco Arcidiacono)

Chapter 149. Are Family Conflicts Associated with Antenatal Depressive Symptoms Among Mainland Chinese Women? pg. 315
(Ying Lau)

Chapter 150. Parental Ratings of Children’s Behavior in Relation to Parental Psychological Symptoms and Interparental Conflict pg. 317
(Jessica C. Hankinson and Vicky Phares)

Chapter 151. Changes in the Importance of Work Goals According to Gender over the Course of Time pg. 319
(Moshe Sharabi and Itzhak Harpaz)

Chapter 152. Adolescent Best friends as Attachment Figures: Implications for Psychological Health and Adjustment pg. 321
(Ross. B. Wilkinson)

Chapter 153. Friendships, Peer Socialization and Social Identity among Adolescent Skateboarders and Graffiti Writers pg. 323
(Myra Taylor, Stephen Houghton and John Bednall)

Chapter 154. Designing “Friendship” into Modern Products pg. 325
(Rungtai Lin)

Chapter 155. The Quality of Young Adult Best Friendships after Exposure to Childhood Physical Abuse, Domestic Violence or Parental Alcoholism pg. 327
(Jessica R. Mugge, Alan R. King and Virginia E. Klophaus)

Chapter 156. Friendship and the Development of School Students’
Collaborative Learning Skills pg. 329
(José Hanham and John McCormick)

Chapter 157. Beliefs about Immigrants and the Persuasive Power
of a Religious Core Network pg. 331
(Justin Allen Berg)

Chapter 158. Does Commitment Type Affect Forgiveness? The Effects
of Approach and Avoidance Commitment on Forgiveness pg. 333
(Toshihiko Souma)

Chapter 159. Friendship Facilitation Strategies for Individuals with Physical or Psychological Impairment pg. 335
(Matt Vassar and Warren Finn)

Chapter 160. The Friendship Effect in Judgments of Physical Attractiveness pg. 337
(Derrick Wirtz, Robert Biswas-Diener, Ed Diener
and Kristin L. Drogos)

Chapter 161. Girls’ Best Friendship in School as Predictor of Adjustment in Adulthood: A Follow-Up from Preadolescence to Middle Adulthood pg. 341
(Peter Zettergren)

Chapter 162. Value Similarity in Adolescent Friendships pg. 343
(Shimi Solomon and Ariel Knafo)

Chapter 163. Humor, Stress and Health pg. 345
(Dave Korotkov, Mihailo Perunovic, Marvin Claybourn
and Ian Fraser)

Chapter 164. Life Passages: Writing Exercises for Self-Exploration pg. 347
(Allan G. Hunter)

Chapter 165. Synergy Goes to War: An Evolutionary Theory of Collective Violence pg. 349
(Peter A. Corning)

Chapter 166. Psychopathy and Romantic Love: Associated Neural Systems pg. 351
(M.S. Akiho Tanaka and Angela Scarpa)

Chapter 167. The Stability of Aggressive Behavior toward Peers
as a Predictor of Externalizing Problems from Childhood
through Adolescence pg. 353
(Idean Ettekal and Gary W. Ladd)

Chapter 168. How to Identify Potentially Dangerous Dogs? A Proposal
for a Screening System pg. 355
(S. Diverio and G. Tami)

Chapter 169. New Classification and Neurobiology of Aggressive Behavior pg. 357
(Konstantin Chichinadze, Nodar Chichinadze
and Ann Lazarashvili)

Chapter 170. Adolescent Aggression towards Parents: Factors Associated and Intervention Proposals pg. 359
(Estefanía Estévez and José N. Góngora)

Chapter 171. The Role of Agression in the Success of the Invasive
Argentine Ant pg. 361
(Soledad Carpintero and Joaquín Reyes)

Chapter 172. Cyber-Bullying: The Irish Experience pg. 363
(Mona O’ Moore and Stephen James Minton)


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