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Bullying

A Neuroscience Perspective (First Edition)
Jan Leslie Holtz

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Description
Written for education professionals seeking to develop anti-bullying programs, Bullying: A Neuroscience Perspective blends research in neuropsychology, sexual harassment, and violence to address the developmental, psychological, and social roots of bullying, and how understanding of cognitive function is essential in the development of successful programs. It also discusses the importance of the school environment and social support.

Biography
Jan Leslie Holtz is a professor of psychology at Saint Benedict Saint John's University, where she teaches abnormal psychology, neuropsychology, and child, couples, and family therapy. Her areas of interest include clinical psychology, neuropsychology, and abuse.