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He teaches as a professor at the University of Freiburg. Bauer is the author of several scientific non-fiction books. Bauer has published several non-fiction books in the areas of brain and genomic science. He explains some mental health disorders and their genesis, especially post-traumatic stress disorder PTSD and depression.

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Violence, a special variant of aggression, is heterogeneous in terms of its causes and how it is exacted. The fear and pain systems are of particular neurobiological importance in the manifestation of violence. Interpersonal relationships and one of their neural correlates — the empathy systems — inhibit the use of violence as long as existing relationships are not perceived as at risk. The empathy systems consist of two components: i.

The psychological and neurobiological maturation of these components requires the experience of empathy during childhood and adolescence. The experience of neglect, fear and violence leads to serious disturbances in the development of the empathy systems. But the experience of violence can even destroy the empathy systems subsequently. Accordingly, scientific analyses of the background of violent criminals show significant traumatization during childhood and adolescence and a lack of social attachment.

MD, Ph. Joachim Bauer is the author of highly acclaimed non-fiction books. Joachim Bauer lives, teaches and works in Berlin. News Ticker. Contact Imprint.

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Violence, a special variant of aggression, is heterogeneous in terms of its causes and how it is exacted. The fear and pain systems are of particular neurobiological importance in the manifestation of violence. Interpersonal relationships and one of their neural correlates — the empathy systems — inhibit the use of violence as long as existing relationships are not perceived as at risk. The empathy systems consist of two components: i. The psychological and neurobiological maturation of these components requires the experience of empathy during childhood and adolescence. The experience of neglect, fear and violence leads to serious disturbances in the development of the empathy systems.

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