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Alcohol-related aggression: Social, neurobiological factors

One-third of all acts of violence are perpetrated under the influence of alcohol. They give rise not only to personal suffering, but also to socio-economic costs. What are the causes of alcohol-related aggression? Researchers have investigated this question and present their findings in a new article.
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