1: General Perspectives.
2: Understanding Violence.
3: Origins of Violent Behavior Over the Life Span.
4: A Review of Research on the Taxonomy of Life-Course Persistent Versus Adolescence-Limited Antisocial Behavior.
5: Biological Bases of Violence.
6: Behavior-Genetics of Criminality and Aggression.
7: The Genetics of Aggression in Mice.
8: The Psychophysiology of Aggression: Autonomic, Electrocortical, and Neuro-Imaging Findings.
9: Biosocial Bases of Violence.
10: Neurobiology of Impulsive Aggression: Focus on Serotonin and the Orbitofrontal Cortex.
11: The Neuropsychology of Violence.
12: The Interaction of Nature and Nurture in Antisocial Behavior.
13: Individual Factors and Violence.
14: Relational Aggression and Gender: An Overview.
15: Personality Dispositions and the Development of Violence and Conduct Problems.
16: Personality and Violence: The Unifying Role of Structural Models of Personality.
17: Exposure to Violence, Mental Health, and Violent Behavior.
18: Social-Cognitive Processes in the Development of Antisocial and Violent Behavior.
19: School Violence.
20: Interpersonal Factors and Violent Behavior.
21: Peers and Violence: A Two-Sided Developmental Perspective.
22: Youth Gangs and Violent Behavior.
23: Family Violence.
24: Youth Violence Across Ethnic and National Groups: Comparisons of Rates and Developmental Processes.
25: Adolescent Dating Abuse Perpetration: A Review of Findings, Methodological Limitations, and Suggestions for Future Research.
26: Social Networks and Violent Behavior.
27: Public Health and Violence: Moving Forward in a Global Context.
28: Cross-National Research on Violent Victimization.
29: Violent Juvenile Delinquency: Changes, Consequences, and Implications.
30: Strain Theory and Violent Behavior.
31: Contextual Factors and Violent Behavior.
32: Self-Control Theory and Criminal Violence.
33: Why Observing Violence Increases the Risk of Violent Behavior by the Observer.
34: Violence and Culture in the United States.
35: Terrorism as a Form of Violence.
36: Therapeutic Treatment Approaches to Violent Behavior.
37: Psychopharmacology of Violence.
38: Social Learning and Violent Behavior.
39: Substance Use and Violent Behavior.
40: Poverty/Socioeconomic Status and Exposure to Violence in the Lives of Children and Adolescents.
41: Social Contagion of Violence.
42: Methods for Studying Violent Behavior.
43: Studying Aggression With Structural Equation Modeling.
44: Overview of a Semi-Parametric, Group-Based Approach for Analyzing Trajectories of Development.
45: Relocating Violence: Practice and Power in an Emerging Field of Qualitative Research.
46: Looking Toward the Future.
47: Violent Behavior and the Science of Prevention.
48: New Directions in Research on Violence: Bridging Science, Practice, and Policy.