Psicobiología de la agresión y la violencia

Revista Iberoamericana de Psicología

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Title Psicobiología de la agresión y la violencia
 
Creator Sepulveda Rojas, Esperanza
Moreno Paris, Jorge Eduardo
 
Description El presente trabajo expone la revisión y análisis de distintas investigaciones realizadas por múltiples autores quienes han aportado valiosos descubrimientos para la comprensión de las conductas agresivas y los comportamientos violentos de los seres humanos. La agresión y la violencia son conductas bastante complejas que, en dosis moderadas, pueden tener unafunción adaptativa en entornos ambientales exigentes que supongan retos para la supervivencia del individuo. De este modo, la agresión y la violencia podrían considerarse como parte de una misma dimensión continua (Vassos, 2014). Diversos factores psicobiológicos convergen e interactúan en el marco de las causas y consecuencias de la agresión y la violencia, como las bases genéticas (genes y herencia), la neuroquímica del cerebro (neurotransmisores y hormonas), las estructuras subcorticales (hipotálamo, amígdala, corteza cingulada anterior, fascículo uncinado), el desempeño de la corteza prefrontal y las funciones ejecutivas (corteza orbitofrontal, corteza ventromedial, corteza dorsolateral). No podemos olvidar la interacción de los factores anteriormente mencionados con la interacción e influencia de los factores ambientales, psicosociales y culturales en la manifestación de actos violentos por parte de los seres humanos
 
Publisher Corporación Universitaria Iberoamericana
 
Date 2017-12-15
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://reviberopsicologia.ibero.edu.co/article/view/rip.10206
10.33881/2027-1786.rip.10206
 
Source Revista Iberoamericana de Psicología; Vol. 10 Núm. 2 (2017): Revista Iberoamericana de psicología - 2017-2; 54-64
2500-6517
2027-1786
 
Language spa
 
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