- 448 pages
- 14.1 x 21.6 cm
- 510 g.
- ISBN: 978-607-7727-08-8
- Edition: 1
- Bar Code: 9786077727088
- Subject 1: Psicología
- Subject 2: Psicologia general
Díaz, José Luis
Agresión y violencia
Cerebro, Comportamiento y Bioética
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Aggression and violence are nagging issues today, but also of continuing relevance to the individual, society and human culture. Several scientific disciplines, social and human behaviors that have addressed the nature of these multifactorial and complex integration. The book we have in hand is a multidisciplinary approach to the issue and therefore I approached from different perspectives trying to piece together the seemingly disparate approaches to biological evolution in the tradition of Darwin, its biological basis in the brain and neuroscience approach its behavioral manifestation view from ethology, psychology or psychiatry to its cultural, social, bioethical and legal issues.
The publication of this work was funded by the National Institute of Psychiatry Ramon de la Fuente
PhD in psychology with an emphasis on behavioral neuroscience at the UNAM. He is a Research in Medical Sciences D National Institute of Psychiatry Ramon de la Fuente Muñiz, where he founded the Group Cronoecología and Human Ethology of the Department of Neuroscience. It is the guardian of the Graduate School of Psychology and professor of the UNAM's degree from the university. Research stays at the University of Tübingen, Germany, with Professor HG Erkert in Chronobiology. His areas of interest are the models in animal and human ethology, and behavioral cronoecología, with several publications in international journals, book chapters and popular articles, as well as compiler of the book in collaboration Primate Evolution and Human Identity (1999). Level I is the National Enquirer
Díaz, José Luis
José Luis Díaz Gómez is a professor and researcher at the Department of History and Philosophy of Medicine at the Faculty of Medicine of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). He expanded his training as a researcher at the Laboratory of Psychiatric Research at the University of Harvard and Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, USA
Medical degree from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Master in Edación of the National Pedagogical University in Bogota, Colombia. He was Professor of Neurophysiology and Director of the Department of Physiological Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, National University of Colombia. It has also been Professor of Ethology and Neurophysiology in the Schools of Psychology National University, Javeriana and Andes in Bogota, Colombia, among others. He is currently Emeritus Professor of Neuroscience at the University of Rosario University in Bogota, Colombia and member of the research in Neuroscience (NEURO) from the same university.