The contribution of cognitive neuroscience and law in an interdisciplinary perspective on bullying
The present work aims to underline the contribution of neuroscience in the
analysis of bullying, in the identification of neural mechanisms activated in
bully; the activation of these cognitive processes should be considered specific
in relation to the gender and the bullistic profile in question. In fact, not
all subjects implement these behaviors for the same reasons and with the
same modalities. In this paper, the authors considered necessary to highlight
the different facets of the phenomenon, as well as the juridical regulation, for
a comprehensive understanding, able to provide the tools and resources to
prevent or operate interventions aimed to contrast bullying.
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