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Volume 61, Numbers 200-201, June/September 2010

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Abstracts
pp. 199-201(3)

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Introduction: the brain and aggression: a bioethical dimension of aggression and violence*
pp. 219-220(2)
Authors: Mercadillo, Roberto E.; Ramírez, J. Martín

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Violence and compassion: a bioethical insight into their cognitive bases and social manifestations
pp. 221-232(12)
Authors: Mercadillo, Roberto E.; Arias, Nallely A.

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Young people, multiculturalism, and educational interventions for the development of empathy
pp. 247-261(15)
Authors: Pagani, Camilla; Robustelli, Francesco

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The usefulness of distinguishing types of aggression by function
pp. 263-272(10)
Author: Ramírez, J. Martín

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Younger generations' dependence on the elderly in low-income Brazilian families
pp. 293-302(10)
Author: Da Exaltação Coutrim, Rosa Maria

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Past issues
pp. 329-331(3)

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