Lorentz Center - Context, Causes and Consequences of Conflict from 31 Aug 2009 through 4 Sep 2009
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    Context, Causes and Consequences of Conflict
    from 31 Aug 2009 through 4 Sep 2009

 
Speakers, titles and abstracts

 

Speakers, titles and abstracts

 

Lenneke Alink

Low Levels of Cortisol and Antisocial Behavior? Meta-analytic and Empirical Evidence

Abstract

 

Filippo Aureli

Conflict Management and Fission-Fusion Dynamics

Abstract

Marian Bakermans

DRD4 as a Genetic Marker of Differential Susceptibility: Parenting and Externalizing Problem Behavior

Abstract

 

Jay Belsky

Differential Susceptibility to Environmental Influences: Individual Differences in Plasticity

Abstract

 

Katja Bertsch

Does social isolation make people aggressive?

Abstract

Sietse De Boer

The role of Brain Serotonin in the Vicious Cycle towards Violence

Abstract

 

Nathan DeWall

If I can't Feel your Pain, I inflict Pain on you: Emotional Insensitivity underlying the Rejection-Aggression link

Abstract

 

Minet de Wied

The role of empathy in conflict management and aggression

Abstract

Douglas Fry

War, Peace, and Human Nature: Insights from a Nomadic Forager Model

Abstract

Jozsef Haller

Social deprivation and violent aggression: behavior, emotional background and neural substrates

Abstract

Marinus van IJzendoorn

On Situational Morality, Anti- and Prosocial Behavior in Children

Abstract

Maaike Kempes

Conflict Management in Aggressive Primates an Humans: Do they Reconcile?

Abstract

Menno Kruk

Corticosteroids and the Central Core of Conflict

Abstract

Natalia Kudryavtseva

Involvement of brain opioidergic systems in

the effects of repeated aggression

Abstract

Kwang-Hyuk Lee

Phenomenology and Neuroimaging of empathy

Abstract

Steve Maxson

The Genetics of Competitive and Cooperative Social Behaviors: From Animals to Humans and Back Again

Abstract

Mike Potegal

 

The Escalation and Time Course of Anger and Aggression: An hypothesis about mechanism

Abstract

Juliette Schaafsma

Understanding Violent Radicalization: The Role of Social Exclusion

Abstract

Philipp Sterzer

Neuroimaging Rresearch on Aggressive Behaviour in Children: Current State and Challenges

Abstract

Andra Teten

Intimate Partner Violence among Male US Military Veterans

Abstract

Maté Toth

 

Neurobiology of Abnormal Aggression: Glucocorticoids, Serotonin and Substance-P

Abstract

Richard Tremblay

Developmental origins of aggression:

The “Original Sin” Hypothesis, Epigenetics and their Consequences for Prevention

 

Abstract

Stephanie Van Goozen

Emotion Deficits in Youngsters with Antisocial Behaviour

Abstract

Alexa Veenema

Early life Stress and the Development of Aggression and Social Recognition: a link with Vasopressin

Abstract

Edelyn Verona

Stress-induced Asymmetric Frontal Brain Activity and Aggression Risk

Abstract

Baldwin Way

Markers of Social Sensitivity: Genetic and Neural Correlates of the Rejection-Aggression link

Abstract

Kipling Williams

Consequences of Ostracism

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Posters presenters and titles

Katja Bertsch

 

The influence of cortisol and aggression on the processing of facial expressions

Abstract

 

 

Robina Böhnke

The relationship of the HPA-axis and aggressive behavior in men and women

Abstract

Nina Ekholm Fry

 

How Women Express Conflict in Nomadic Band Societies

Abstract

Orlaith N. Fraser

* Why bystanders are friendly to victims of aggressive conflicts.

* Post-conflict bystander affiliation in ravens

Abstract

Andras Kellner

Deficits in Facial Recognition and Decision Making in Conduct Disordered Children

Abstract

Eugenia Polizzi di Sorrentino

Conflict prevention through prefeeding grooming in capuchin monkeys

Abstract

Ivan PugaGonzalez

Emergence of reconciliation in a virtual world

Abstract

Suzanne Stevens

ADHD symptoms and early institutional deprivation:  Developmental continuities in gene-environment interplay

Abstract

Mate Toth

Characterization of afferent pathways to the hypothalamic aggression area in the rat.

Abstract

Edelyn Verona

 

Serotonin Transporter Gene Associations with Psychopathic Traits in Youth Vary as a Function of Socioeconomic Resources.

 

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