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International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience
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Moya-Albiol L

Department of Psychobiology, University of Valencia, Spain


Moya-Albiol L is currently affiliated with the Department of Psychobiology, University of Valencia, Spain. having the skills and expertise in Neurocriminology, criminal profiling, violence, antisocial behavior, empathy, cooperation, prosocial behavior, gestational surrogacy, LGTBIstudies.

Psychosocial Stress such as Violence Against their Partners could Benefit General Immunity in Intimate Partner Violence Perpetrators

Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) perpetrators use physical and/or psychological abuse to control their partners and achieve a dominant status. As dominance is associated with low disease risk and fast quick illness recovery from an illness, such behaviors may contribute to improving their health at the expense of that of the battered women. Studies ... Read More»

Romero-Martínez A, Lila M, Vitoria-Estruch S and Moya-Albiol L

Mini Review: Int J Emerg Ment Health 2014,16: 119

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