Researchers report results of experiments designed to assess the impacts of social stress upon adolescent mice, both at the time they are experienced and during adulthood.
Researchers report exposure to violent media causes different brain activity in people with different aggression levels.
Researchers have identified gene regions which contribute to differences between aggressive and more timid behavior in rats.
When aromatase+ neurons are depleted, both male and female mice are slower to show aggressive signs, a new study reports.
According to a new study, researchers have found no evidence of increased aggressive behaviors toward strangers in animal models of ASD.
A new study reports, that despite much speculation, the effects of violent video games on aggression as similar for adults with and without autism.
A new study reports a lack of sleep can reduce aggression and affect reproductive fitness in fruit flies.
A new report looks at the relationship between aggressive behavior, violent crimes and video games.
Researchers study aggression in monk parakeets and discover individual direct acts of aggression are more frequent toward those perceived to be closer in social rank.
Researchers have discovered two small brain regions in mice that control whether the animal will commit infanticide or will take on an attentive paternal role.
Using cadaver hands, a new study supports the theory that our hands evolved not only for manual dexterity, but also so males could fistfight over females.