Videos and interviews of the ACTION dissemination meeting: "Childhood aggression and its comorbidities" (May 6-8, 2019, Sardinia, Italy)

The ACTION final meeting on aggression studies "Childhood aggression and its comorbidities: dissemination meeting" took place in Sardinia, Italy (May 6-8, 2019, Hotel Flamingo, Santa Margherita di Pula).

In this page some interviews and videos of the event are available.

Details of the event are available in this page.

 

Childhood aggression and its comorbidities: overview of the dissemination meeting

 

 

Prof. Meike Bartels: main results of the ACTION project - Childhood aggression and its comorbidities

 

 

Prof. Robert Vermeiren: clinical implications of the ACTION project - Childhood aggression

 

 

Prof. Gitta Lubke: Predicting childhood aggression; mining large datasets followed by confirmatory modeling

 

 

Dr. Jenny van Dongen: Epigenome‐wide association study meta‐analysis of aggressive behavior

 

 

Hill Ip, PhD candidate: Genome‐Wide Meta‐Analysis of Aggressive Behavior across Rater, Instrument and Age

 

 

Dr. Margherita Malanchini: aggressive behavior in childhood and the role of smoking during pregnancy

 

 

Yayouk Willems, PhD Candidate: Environmental and Genetic contributions to low self‐control

 

 

Peter Roetman, PhD Candidate: aggression in clinical practice

 

 

Andrea Allegrini, PhD Candidate: Multi‐trait polygenic prediction of broad aggression in adolescence

 

 

Dr. Lucia Colodro Conde: a twin study of oppositional defiant disorder behaviors using data from Australia and The Netherlands

 

 

Fiona Hagenbeek, PhD Candidate: Urinary biomarkers and metabolites of childhood aggression

 

 

Anne Hendriks, PhD Candidate: What are the implications of five years of research on childhood aggression?

 

 

Alyce Whipp, PhD Candidate: Teacher‐rated aggression and co‐occurring behaviors

 

 

Roberta Pintus: Lipids and aggression: what is going on?

 

 

Childhood aggression and its comorbidities: concluding remarks and award ceremony (best talk given by PhD candidates: Fiona Hagenbeek - Urinary biomarkers and metabolites of childhood aggression)