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Legal and Criminological Psychology - Podcast
Legal and Criminological Psychology - Podcast
Legal and Criminological Psychology - Podcast
Legal and Criminological Psychology - Podcast
Legal and Criminological Psychology - Podcast
Legal and Criminological Psychology - Podcast
Legal and Criminological Psychology - Podcast
Legal and Criminological Psychology - Podcast
Legal and Criminological Psychology - Podcast
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Legal and Criminological Psychology - Podcast

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  • 1. Podcast A discussion chaired by Prof. James McGuire between Prof. Mary McMurran and Dr. Russil Durrant
  • 2. Article: Anxiety, alcohol intoxication, and aggression Mary McMurran Click here for Abstract and Full Text Commentary: Anxiety, alcohol use, and aggression: Untangling the causal pathways Russil Durrant Click he r e for Abstract and Full Text Response: Response to Dr Durrant's commentary: Making it useful Mary McMurran Click here for Abstract and Full Text
  • 3. Anxiety, alcohol intoxication, and aggression Mary McMurran Click here for Abstract and Full Text Externalising Factors Internalising Factors Alcohol-related aggression <ul><li>Inappropriate expression of anger </li></ul><ul><li>Antisocial attitudes </li></ul><ul><li>Low levels of problem-solving or interactional skills </li></ul><ul><li>Coping with anxiety </li></ul>
  • 4. Anxiety, alcohol intoxication, and aggression Mary McMurran Click here for Abstract and Full Text Anxiety may protect against aggression in childhood. Alcohol reduces anxiety. In adolescence, some people may begin to drink to cope with social anxiety. However, alcohol also increases the likelihood of violence. As well as reducing anxiety, alcohol simultaneously increases the risk of violence.
  • 5. Anxiety, alcohol use, and aggression: Untangling the causal pathways Russil Durrant Click he r e for Abstract and Full Text
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  • 8. Article: Anxiety, alcohol intoxication, and aggression Mary McMurran Click here for Abstract and Full Text Commentary: Anxiety, alcohol use, and aggression: Untangling the causal pathways Russil Durrant Click he r e for Abstract and Full Text Response: Response to Dr Durrant's commentary: Making it useful Mary McMurran Click here for Abstract and Full Text
  • 9. Further Reading Alcohol-Related Violence: Prevention and Treatment - Mary McMurran (Ed.) Coming soon to Wiley-Blackwell Acknowledgements The Editorial team of LCP and Wiley-Blackwell Publishers wish to thank Professor James McGuire, Professor Mary McMurran and Dr. Russil Durrant for their support in contributing to this podcast.

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