Risk and Preventive factors of child aggression

Victoria del Barrio, María Luisa Roa Capilla


This paper presents the most important risk factors behind aggressive children and adolescent: biological, personal, family and social factors. The data obtained contribute to the confection of prevention plans for inhibition the hit rate of these problems. Children and adolescent aggression is the mayor family and social concern.


Risk factors; preventive factors; aggression; children

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5944/ap.4.2.479


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