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Published Oct 27, 2020

Longjun Zhou

Fuzhou Wang  

Abstract

When our students suffer school violence, we often subconsciously focus on the perpetrator’s personal behavior and other external factors related to it, such as family, school, and classmates. Of course, these external reasons are naturally more or less related to the behavior of the perpetrator, but are there any internal driving factors that make violence uncontrollable?

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Keywords

Education, School Violence, Sex Hormone, Neurobehavior

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How to Cite
Zhou, L., & Wang, F. (2020). Is Sex Hormone the Driving Force of School Violence? The Neurobehavioral Evidence. Science Insights Education Frontiers, 7(1), 727-734. https://doi.org/10.15354/sief.20.co002
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