Some Publications by Dr. J Martin Ramirez

Included here is a selection of Articles from his around 500 scientific publications in more than ten languages.

For recent articles see E-Prints Complutense.

ArticleYear
101Fung ALC, Li X, Ramírez MJ, Lam BY-H, Millana L, Fares-Otero NE. A cross-regional study of the reactive and proactive aggression of youth in Spain, Uruguay, mainland China, and Hong Kong. Social Development. 2018;27:748 2018
100J. Martin Ramirez & Tina Lindhard. Some Reflections on the Future of Education, Eruditio, 2(4), 38-48 2018 2018
99Annis Lai Chu Fung; Xiang Li, Ph.D; Martín J. Ramírez; Bess Yin Hung Lam; Luis Millana; Natalia Fares. A Cross-regional Study of the Reactive and Proactive Aggression of Youth in Spain, Uruguay, Mainland China, and Hong Kong. Social Development, 20182018
98J. Martin Ramirez & Tina Lindhard (2017). Education for the Future: SOME BITS AND BOBS. Second International Conference on Future Education: Effective Learning in an Age of Increasing Speed, Complexity and Uncertainty , Rome, November 16-18, 2017
ROME CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS, March 2018, 22-272018
97J. Martin Ramirez & J. Cayón (2017). The Role of Scientists in a Human-centered Society. Cadmus. 3(2), 113-1302018
96Farnicka Marzanna, Juan Carlos Fernández, J. Martin Ramirez, (2017). Improvement of Mental Health and Cooperation Skills: Curriculum for Peacekeeping Personnel , Polskie Forum Psychologiczne (Polish Psychological Forum), 2017, Tom 22, Numer 1 [11] , pp 161-1742017
95J. Martin Ramirez, J. Alvarado, C. Santisteban, Some influences on perception and justification of aggression in themselves and in their social environment. Psychol Cogn Sci Open J. 2016; 2(2): 39-48. doi: 10.17140/PCSOJ-2-1132016
94J. Martin Ramirez, Practical suggestions for preventing conflicts through a better understanding of culture and differences: tips, anecdotes, and the impact of public events. Psychol Cogn Sci Open J. 2015; 1(1): 10-14 http://dx.doi.org/10.17140/PCSOJ-1-1022015
93J. Martin Ramirez & Marzanna Farnicka, Editorial: A Central European Face of Criminology and Rehabilitation – Processes, Changes and Problems, The Open Criminology Journal, 2015, 8: 1-3 [DOI: 10.2174/1874917801508010001]2015
92J. Martin Ramirez, Applicability of a Moral Attitudes toward Aggression Questionnaire (CAMA) in different German age cohorts compared with other cultures by a structural equivalence analysis. The Open Psychology Journal 2015, 8: 17-22 [DOI: 10.2174/1874350101508010017]2015
91J. Martin Ramirez & Camilla Pagani, Towards a better understanding of aggression and other related concepts. Editorial. The Open Psychology Journal 2015, 8: 1-2 DOI: 10.2174/1874350101508010001]2015
90J. Martin Ramirez, Análisis y Resolución de Confictos: ¿es el estrés la sal de la vida? Nuestra Nebrija, diciembre 2014, 292014
89J. Martín Ramírez (2014). Why a Statement on Violence? Violence can be psychobiologically tamed, kultura i edukacja (Culture and Education), 5 (105) 182-1922014
88J. Alvarado & J. Martín Ramírez (2014). Aggression, pleasure, and cognitive disonance. The Open Psychology Journal, 7, 50-562014
87Tali K. Walters, J. Martin Ramirez & Stephen Thom, (2013). Contemporary Issues on Aggression, Violence, Terrorism: Global to Local Perspectives, Behavioral Sciences on Terrorism and Political Violence, 5(1): 45-62 2013
86Ramirez, J.M. (2013). Aggressiveness can be psychobiologically milded: How to achieve peace, ERUDITIO, Volume I, Issue 3, September 2013, 27-35 2013
85Natalia E. Fares, José M. Cabrera, Fernanda Lozano, Fernando Salas, J. Martin Ramírez (2012). Agresión Reactiva y Proactiva en Niños y Adolescentes Uruguayos. Psicopatología Clínica, Legal y Forense, 12:47-682012
84.Tali K. Walters, J. Martin Ramirez & Stephen Thom, Contemporary Issues on Aggression, Violence, Terrorism: Global to Local Perspectives, Behavioral Sciences on Terrorism and Political Violence, 2012, 5(1): 45-622012
83Tali K. Walters, J. Martín Ramírez, & Miguel Bettin, 4th CICA/STR International Conference on Aggression, Political Violence and Terrorism: An Interdisciplinary Approach for a Peaceful Society. Behavioral Sciences on Terrorism and Political Violence, 4(2): 151-174 (2012).2012
82Luis Millana & J. Martin Ramírez, Justification for aggression in young offenders, The Open Criminology Journal, 2011, 4: 61-70 DOI: 10.2174/18749178011040100612011
81J. Martin Ramírez, Colombia is safer… and other matters, The Open Criminology Journal, 2011, 4: 49-53 DOI: 10.2174/1874917801104010049]2011
80J. Martin Ramírez, Editorial – Aggression and Crime, The Open Criminology Journal, 2011, 4:48 DOI: 10.2174/18749178011040100482011
79J. Martin Ramirez, Annis Lai-chu Fung, JM Alvarado & Luis Millana, Justification of interpersonal aggression in Hong Kong and Spain, The Open Psychology Journal, 2011, 4, (Suppl 1-M1), 64-72 DOI: 10.2174/18743501011040100642011
78Natalia E. Fares, J. Martín Ramirez, José M. Cabrera, Fernanda Lozano, and Fernando Salas, Justification of Physical and Verbal Aggression in Uruguayan Children, and Adolescents, The Open Psychology Journal, 2011, 4, (Suppl 1-M1) 45-54 DOI: 10.2174/1874350101104010045 2011
77J. Martin Ramirez, Cultural Issues in Research of Aggression. An Introduction to A Hot-Topic, The Open Psychology Journal, 2011, 4, (Suppl 1-M1), 19-20 DOI: 10.2174/18743501011040100192011
76Tali Walters & J. Martin Ramírez, Political Violence and Collective Aggression: 2009 CICA-STR International Conference. Behavioral Sciences on Terrorism and Political Violence, 3, 1, 2011, 35–71 doi:10.1080/194344709033195322011
75J.Martin Ramírez, The Ulster Peace Process as an experience of peacebuilding, Behavioral Sciences on Terrorism and Political Violence, 3, 1, 2011, 72–762011
74Tali Walters & J. Martin Ramírez, Political Violence and Collective Aggression: Introduction. Behavioral Sciences on Terrorism and Political Violence, 3, 1, 2011, 35–362011
73 J.Martin Ramírez, The Usefulness of Categorizing Aggression according its Function, International Social Science Journal. Volume 61, Issue 200, pp. 263-272, June 2010 translated into six languages (English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese and Russian)2010
72J.M. Andreu, M.E. Peña, y J. Martin Ramirez (2009). Cuestionario de agresión reactiva y preactiva: Un instrumento de medida de la agresión en adolescentes. Revista de Psicopatología y Psicología Clínica, 14(1), 37-492009
71J. Martin Ramirez & Tali K. Walters (2009). Aggression, Terrorism and Human Rights. Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, Volume 1 Issue 3, 219-2372009
70J. Martin Ramirez (2009), Some dychotomous classifications of aggression according to its function. Journal of Organisational Transformation and Social Change, 6: 2, pp. 85-101, doi: 10.1386/jots.6.2.85/12009
69J. Martin Ramirez (2009), Aggression and Terrorism. Editorial. Journal of Organisational Transformation and Social Change, 6: 2, pp. 81-83 doi: 10.1386/jots.6.2.81/22009
68J. Martin Ramirez & T. Walters, Interdisciplinary Analyses of Aggression and Terrorism, Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, 2009, 1(2): 127-1502009
67J. Martin Ramirez. Millana L, Toldos-Romero M.P., Bonniot-Cabanac M-C, Cabanac M. The pleasure of being aggressive in male incarcerated criminals. The Open Criminology Journal, 2009, 2 (2): 1-92009
66José Julián Javela, Roberto Mercadillo & J. Martin Ramirez. Anger and Associated Experiences of Sadness, Fear, Valence, Arousal, and Dominance Evoked by Visual Scenes. Psychological Reports. (2008), 103: 665-6812008
65Michel Cabanac, J. Martín Ramírez, Luis Millana, Maria P. Toldos-Romero, & M.-Claude Bonniot-Cabanac, (2008). The Pleasure of Aggressiveness Among Inmates in Preventive and LongTerm Detention. The Open Criminology Journal, 2008, 1 (2), 19-262008
64M. E. Peña, J. M. Andreu, J.L. Graña, F. Pahlavan & J.M. Ramirez. Moderate and severe aggression justification in instrumental and reactive contexts. Social Behavior & Personality, 2008, 36 (2), 229-2382008
63J. Martin Ramírez, (2007). Neurorreguladores cerebrales de la agresión, Mètode. Anuario, pp 123-1272007
62S. Paradis, J. M Ramírez & M. Cabanac, Emotional and instrumental aggressiveness and body weight loss. Europe’ s Journal of Psychology, 3(13) novembre 22, 20072007
61J. Martin Ramirez, (2007). Peace through dialogue. International Journal on World Peace, 24 (1): 65-812007
60J. Martin Ramirez, (2007). Televisión y Violencia. Revista Latinoamericana de Psicología, 39 (2): 327-3492007
59J. Martin Ramirez, (2007). Justification of Aggression in several Asian and European Countries with different Religious and Cultural Background. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 31(1), Serial No. 51: 9-152007
58J.M. Andreu, J.M. Ramirez, A. Raine, Un modelo dicotómico de agresión y su evaluación mediante dos autoinformes: el CAMA y el RPQ. Psicopatología Clínica, Legal y Forense, 2006, 5:25-42 2006
57Luis Millana, Michel Cabanac, M.P. Toldos-Romero, M.Claude Bonniot-Cabanac & J. Martín Ramírez. Placer asociado con la conducta agresiva en una muestra de reclusos españoles en prisión preventiva. Psicopatología Clínica, Legal y Forense, 2006, 5:119-1322006
56J. Martin Ramirez, (2006). Química de la Agresión, Psicopatología Clínica, Legal y Forense, 2006, 5:43-662006
55Francisco Montañes Rada, J. Martin Ramirez & M.T. De Lucas,Taracena. Violence in Mental Disorders and Community Sample. An evolutionary model related with dominance in social relationships. Medical Hypotheses (2006) 67:930-9402006
54Paloma Rohlfs & J. Martín Ramírez Aggression and Brain Asymmetries: A Theoretical Review. Aggression and Violent Behavior, (2006), 11(3):283-2972006
53J. Martin Ramirez & J.M. Andreu, Aggression, and some related psychological constructs (Anger, Hostility, and Impulsivity): comments from a research project. Neuroscience and Biobehavioural Reviews, 2006, 30 (3): 276-2912006
52J. Martin Ramirez, Relationship between the Brain and Aggression. Neuroscience and Biobehavioural Reviews, 2006, 30 (3): 273-2752006
51J. Martin Ramírez, Peace and Development in Africa. International Journal on World Peace, 2005, 21 (3), 51-732005
50J. Martin Ramirez, Marie-Claude Bonniot-Cabanac, Michel Cabanac. Can aggression provide pleasure? European Psychologist, 2005; 10 (2): 136-1452005
49J. Martin Ramirez, J. M. Alvarado & C. Santisteban (2004). Individual differences in anger reaction to noise Individual Differences Research, 2(2): 125-1362004
48J. Martin Ramirez, & Michel Cabanac.. Pleasure, the common currency of emotions. In New York: Annals New York Academy of Sciences, (2003) 1000: 293-2952003
47J. Martin Ramirez, Hormones and Aggression in Childhood and Adolescence. Aggression and Violent Behavior,8 (6), 621-644 (2003)2003
46J. Martin Ramirez, J. M. Andreu, Aggression’s typologies. International Review of Social Psychology, 16 (3): 125-141 (2003)2003
45J. Martin Ramirez, Carmen Santisteban, Takehiro Fujihara, & Stephanie Van Goozen. Differences between experiences of anger and readiness to angry action: A study of Japanese and Spanish students. Aggressive Behavior, (2002) 23(6): 429-4382002
44J. Martin Ramirez, J.M. Andreu & T. Fujihara, Cultural and sex differences in aggression: a comparison between Japanese and Spanish students using two different inventories. Aggressive Behavior, 27: 313-322 (2001)2001
43J.M. Ramirez, T. Fujihara, S. van Goozen, Cultural and gender differences in anger and aggression: a comparison between Japanese, Dutch, and Spanish students. Journal Social Psychology, 2001 Feb;141(1):119-21 Top 10 Articles Published in the Same Domain Since this Publication2001
42J. Martin Ramirez. Animal models in the research of human aggression. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 5 (3): 281-290 (2000)2000
41J.M. Andreu, M.E. Peña, & J.M. Ramirez, Diferenciación sexual en el grado de justificación de la agresión. Boletín de Psicología, 64: 45-56. (1999)1999
40T. Fujihara, T. Kohyama, J.M. Andreu, J. Martin Ramirez, Attitude of American, Japanese and Spanish students toward interpersonal aggression, Aggressive Behavior (1999), 25: 185-1951999
39J. Martin Ramirez & T. Fujihara, Taijinteki kougeki koudou ni taisuru taidono hikaku bunkateki kenkyu. Kwansei Gakuin Daigaku Syakaigakubu Kiyou. 78: 97-103 (1997) (in Japanese language: Cross-cultural study of attitudes toward interpersonal aggression. Kwansei Gakuin University Sociology Studies)
38J. Martin Ramirez, For the victim, whether aggression is intended doesn’t really matter… and other matters. Reply to Dr. Habu. Hiroshima Forum for Psychology, 17: 43-47 (1996)1996
37J. Martin Ramirez, Aggression: causes and functions. Hiroshima Forum for Psychology, 17: 21-37 (1996)1996
36J. Martin Ramirez, The development and integration of behaviour: a tribute to Robert Hinde, International Journal of Comparative Psychology, 8: 42-46 (1995)1995
35J. Martin Ramirez Desencadenamiento y modulación de expresiones de amenaza en gatos mediante estimulación eléctrica de distintas estructuras cerebrales, Revista Latinoamericana de Psicología, 25: 225-245 (1993)1993
34J. Martin Ramirez & D.I. Onyekwere, Play fighting versus serious fighting in Golden Syrian hamsters, Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 31: 503-506 (1993)1993
33J. Martin Ramirez Acceptability of aggression in four Spanish regions and a comparison with other European countries, Aggressive Behavior, 19: 185-197 (1993)1993
32J. Martin Ramirez Principales estructuras cerebrales participantes en el desencadenamiento y modulación de la agresión en gatos, Revista Latinoamericana de Psicología, 23: 349-360 (1991)1991
31J. Martin Ramirez Similarities in attitudes toward interpersonal aggression in Finland, Poland, and Spain, Journal of Social Psychology, 13:737-739 (1991)1991
30C, Salas, J.M. Ramírez, J.M. & D.I. Onyekewere, An easy and fast technique for brain perfusion in birds, Bulletin of Psychonomic Society, 27: 243-244 (1988)1988
29J. Martin Ramirez, C. Salas & M. Portavella, Offense and defense after lateral septum lesions in the pigeon, International Journal Neuroscience 41, 241-250 (1988)1988
28M. Andrade, P.F.Brain, D. Benton, J. Martin Ramirez & S.V. Walmsley, A re-examination of the hypoglycemia-aggression hypothesis in laboratory mice, International Journal Neuroscience, 41, 179-186 (1988)1988
27J. Martin Ramirez & D.L. Mendoza, Play in kittens and its association with cohesion and aggression, Bulletin Psychonomic Society, 25: 27-30 (1987)1987
26D. Adams, S.A. Barnett, N.P. Bechtereva, B.F. Carter, J.M.R. Delgado, J.L. Díaz, A. Eliasz, S. Genovés, B.E. Ginsburg, J. Gröbel, S.K. Ghosh, R.A. Hinde, R.E. Leakey, T.H. Malasi, J. Martín Ramírez, F. Mayor Zaragoza, D.L. Mendoza, A. Nandy, J.P. Scott, & R. Wahlstrom, The Seville Statement on Violence, Cahiers du Mouvement Universel de la Responsabilité Scientifique, 5: 51-59 (1986)1986
25J. Martin Ramirez & J.D. Delius. Assessment of individual aggressiveness in pigeons, Aggressive Behavior, 12: 13-19 (1986)1986
24D.L. Mendoza & J. Martin Ramirez, Gender differences in social interactions of children: a naturalistic approach, Bulletin Psychonomic Society, 22 (6): 553-556 (1984)1984
23J. Martin Ramirez Modelo córticofugo de funcionamiento cerebral, Archivos de Neurobiología, 46: 109-114 (1983)1983
22J. Martin Ramirez Organización funcional del neocortex, Archivos de Neurobiología, 46: 3-14 (1983)1983
21J. Martin Ramirez Reply to the comments of Dr. Shishimi Hiroshima Forum for Psychology, 8: 23-26 (1981)1981
20J. Martin Ramirez Towards a conceptualization and classification of animal aggression, Hiroshima Forum for Psychology, 8: 11-21 (1981)1981
19K.H. Pribram & J. Martin Ramirez El funcionamiento holonómico del cerebro, Revista Latinoamericana de Psicología, 13: 181-246 (1981)1981
18A.R. Sharafat & J. Martin Ramirez Motor information processing, Neuroscience Letters, 7: S112 (1981)1981
17J. Martin Ramirez, T. Nakaya & Y. Habu. Kougeki koudouno seirigakuteki moderu. Sinrigaku Hyouron. 23 (2): 183-207 (1980) (in Japanese language: Physiological models for several types of aggression, Japanese Psychological Review)
15J. Martin Ramirez & J.D. Delius, Behavioral effects of intracerebroventricular infusion of LH-RH in pigeons. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 16: 128-130 (1980)1980
14A.R. Sharafat, J. Martin Ramirez, R.B. Bolster & K.H. Pribram, Dispositivo de fijación para registro de unidades neuronales en animales no anestesiados, Revista Española de Fisiología, 36 (3): 447-448 (1980)1980
13J. Martin Ramirez Conducta, estructura y holonomía, Revista Psicología General y Aplicada, XXXV: 401-409 (1980)1980
12J. Martin Ramirez. Forebrain lesions and food intake in pigeons, Physiology and Behavior, 23 (5): 981-984 (1979)1979
11J. Martin Ramirez & J.D. Delius. Nucleus striae terminalis lessions affect agonistic behavior of pigeon, Physiology and Behavior, 22 (5): 821-825 (1979)1979
10J. Martin Ramirez Behavioral parameters of social dominance in rats, Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 15: 96-98 (1979)1979
9J. Martin Ramirez Lesiones límbicas y cambios en la ingestión de alimentos en palomas, Archivos de Neurobiología, XLII (3): 321-344 (1979)1979
8J. Martin Ramirez & J.D. Delius. Aggressive behavior of pigeons: suppresions by archistriatal lessions, Aggressive Behavior, 5: 3-17 (1979)1979
7J. Martin Ramírez, J.M. Poveda & J. González Cajal, Depression and sport, International Journal of Sport Psychology, 9 (3): 199-204 (1978)1978
6J.M. Poveda & J. Martin Ramirez Conducta agresiva y deporte escolar. Revista Psicología General y Aplicada, 150: 373-380 (1978)1978
5J. Martin Ramírez, C. Boenicke & R. Aksanski, Trastornos psíquicos y parésicos en pacientes con tumores cerebrales, Revista Psicología General y Aplicada, 146: 399-408 (1977)1977
4J. Martin Ramírez, R. Aksanski & C. Boenicke, Trastornos psíquicos en pacientes con epilepsias tumorales, Revista Psicología General y Aplicada, 145: 193-210 (1977)1977
3J. Martin Ramírez, M. Gadow & R. Aksanski El rendimiento intelectual en pacientes operados de tumores cerebrales. Archivos de Neurobiología, XL (3): 177-196 (1977)1977
2J. Martin Ramirez Localización cerebral de procesos psíquicos, Archivos de Neurobiología, XXXIX (3): 167-198 (1976)1976
1J. Martin Ramirez La pared arteriolar y su inervación adrenérgica en el parénquima cerebral del gato, Trabajos del Instituto Cajal de Investigaciones Biológicas, 6: 188-228 (1975)1975