Individual Differences in Alcohol-Induced Aggression

Higley, J. Dee
March 2001
Alcohol Research & Health;2001, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p12
Academic Journal
Examines the differences in brain chemistry among individuals that influence whether alcohol increases aggression. Individual differences in alcohol's effect on aggression; Description of a nonhuman-primate model for type II alcoholism; Influence of the early environment on central nervous system development. INSET: DIFFICULTIES IN STUDYING ALCOHOL-INDUCED. . ., by J. Dee Higley.


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