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Şiddet ve agresyonun nörobiyolojik, psiko sosyal ve çevresel nedenleri

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Psikiyatrinin klinik uygulamalarında birçok ruhsal bozukluk, kişinin çevresine, diğer kişilere ve kendine yönelttiği agresyonla yakından ilişkilidir. Agresyon ve şiddet her zaman belirgin bir psikopatoloji ile ilişkili olmasa da suçlayakından ilişkilidir. Genellikle şiddete eğilimdeki bireysel farklılıkları açıklayan tek bir neden olmadığı kabul edilmektedir. Psikososyal, psikodinamik,mizaçsal, nöropsikiyatrik, çevresel, genetik faktörlerin, ebe veynlik stilleri,eğitim ve bakım kalitesi ve okul ruh sağlığı girişimlerinin karşılıklı etkileşimişiddet davranışının gelişmesi ya da baskılanmasında etkili olmaktadır. Olumlupsikososyal, ailesel, eğitimsel faktörler, psikiyatrik girişimler, koruyucu ruhsağlığı ve olumlu devlet politikalarının şiddete yatkınlıkla ilişkili olumsuzgenetik ve nörobiyolojik bireysel farklılıklar üzerine iyileştirici etkileri olabilir.Bu yazıda şiddet ve agresyonla ilişkili tüm bu faktörler ve kişinin kendineyönelttiği şiddet ve özkıyımda önemli olabilecek psikolojik, genetik ve nörobi-yolojik faktörler gözden geçir ilecektir.
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Konular: Psikoloji

Neurobiological, psychosocial and enviromental causes of violence and agression

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In psychiatric practice , several mental disorders are closely related with agre ssion towards surrounding and other people and towards self. Although as insuicide agression and violence are not always related to prominent psychopathology, violence and agression are closely associated with crime. There isno single explanation for the individual differences about the tendency toviolence. Development or alleviation of violent behavior is influenced by thereciprocal interaction between psychosocial, psychodynamic, temperamental,neuropsychiatric, enviromental, genetic factors, parenting styles, quality of nutrition and education and school mental health interve ntions. Positivepsychosocial, familial, educational factors, psychiatric interventions, protectivemental health quality and positive government political attitudes can restoratenegative genetic, neurobiological individual tendencies to crime. In this article, all these factors related with violence and agression above and relatedpsychological, genetic and neurobiological factors with suicide and agressiontowards self will be re viewed.
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Konular: Psikoloji
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APA Yalcin O, ERDOĞAN A (2013). Şiddet ve agresyonun nörobiyolojik, psiko sosyal ve çevresel nedenleri. , 388 - 419.
Chicago Yalcin Ozhan,ERDOĞAN Ayten Şiddet ve agresyonun nörobiyolojik, psiko sosyal ve çevresel nedenleri. (2013): 388 - 419.
MLA Yalcin Ozhan,ERDOĞAN Ayten Şiddet ve agresyonun nörobiyolojik, psiko sosyal ve çevresel nedenleri. , 2013, ss.388 - 419.
AMA Yalcin O,ERDOĞAN A Şiddet ve agresyonun nörobiyolojik, psiko sosyal ve çevresel nedenleri. . 2013; 388 - 419.
Vancouver Yalcin O,ERDOĞAN A Şiddet ve agresyonun nörobiyolojik, psiko sosyal ve çevresel nedenleri. . 2013; 388 - 419.
IEEE Yalcin O,ERDOĞAN A "Şiddet ve agresyonun nörobiyolojik, psiko sosyal ve çevresel nedenleri." , ss.388 - 419, 2013.
ISNAD Yalcin, Ozhan - ERDOĞAN, Ayten. "Şiddet ve agresyonun nörobiyolojik, psiko sosyal ve çevresel nedenleri". (2013), 388-419.
APA Yalcin O, ERDOĞAN A (2013). Şiddet ve agresyonun nörobiyolojik, psiko sosyal ve çevresel nedenleri. Psikiyatride Güncel Yaklaşımlar, 5(4), 388 - 419.
Chicago Yalcin Ozhan,ERDOĞAN Ayten Şiddet ve agresyonun nörobiyolojik, psiko sosyal ve çevresel nedenleri. Psikiyatride Güncel Yaklaşımlar 5, no.4 (2013): 388 - 419.
MLA Yalcin Ozhan,ERDOĞAN Ayten Şiddet ve agresyonun nörobiyolojik, psiko sosyal ve çevresel nedenleri. Psikiyatride Güncel Yaklaşımlar, vol.5, no.4, 2013, ss.388 - 419.
AMA Yalcin O,ERDOĞAN A Şiddet ve agresyonun nörobiyolojik, psiko sosyal ve çevresel nedenleri. Psikiyatride Güncel Yaklaşımlar. 2013; 5(4): 388 - 419.
Vancouver Yalcin O,ERDOĞAN A Şiddet ve agresyonun nörobiyolojik, psiko sosyal ve çevresel nedenleri. Psikiyatride Güncel Yaklaşımlar. 2013; 5(4): 388 - 419.
IEEE Yalcin O,ERDOĞAN A "Şiddet ve agresyonun nörobiyolojik, psiko sosyal ve çevresel nedenleri." Psikiyatride Güncel Yaklaşımlar, 5, ss.388 - 419, 2013.
ISNAD Yalcin, Ozhan - ERDOĞAN, Ayten. "Şiddet ve agresyonun nörobiyolojik, psiko sosyal ve çevresel nedenleri". Psikiyatride Güncel Yaklaşımlar 5/4 (2013), 388-419.