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Neuropsicologia Latinoamericana

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SERRANO, Manuel Andrés Sánchez et al. Conceptual review of neuropsychological and psychological substrates associated with human violent behavior. Neuropsicologia Latinoamericana [online]. 2014, vol.6, n.1, pp. 31-40. ISSN 2075-9479.

This conceptual review comes from the need to understand the psychological substrates and associated with the development of violent conduct Humana neuropsychological , since it is presented as a phenomenon of social affectation in its many consequences that come to limit the opportunities for personal development that trasversaliza from molecular systems to neuropsychological systems , psychological, and social (Ostrosky & Solis, 2007) systems. In that vein, this study aimed to identify the neuropsychological and psychological substrates associated with human violent behavior, understood in this work by the pattern of violence along the evolutionary development that describes the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders in its fourth edition ( DSM-IV) in the diagnostic categories of Oppositional Defiant Disorder (TND), conduct disorder ( TD ) and Antisocial Personality disorder (TAP ). Furthermore this research is part of an ex post facto study with historiographic bibliometric method of categorizing Montero and León (2007 ) . The collection of information consisted of 31 scientific articles collected Proquest electronic data, Redalyc, JSTOR , Dialnet , SciELO, PubMed and Science Direct and 7 book chapters published between 1990-2010. As a result of data analysis, it was established the following explanatory categories of neuropsychological substrates and dynamics associated with CVH: 1.Características and violent dynamics of human behavior and risk factors for its occurrence, 2. Neuropsychological profile associated with human violent behavior, 3. Neuropsychological assessment of human and 4, violent behavior. Prevention and treatment of human violent behavior.

Keywords : Neuropsychological substrates; Dynamic; Violent behavior.

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