Finally, Connor presents three chapters that detail current therapeutic interventions. In particular, chapter 11 provides broad overviews of the ways in which family intervention, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and prevention programs have dealt with aggression. These sections lack sufficient detail to guide the treating clinician who has not used these methods, but they will be useful for making referrals and developing a treatment plan. Chapter 12 is a detailed review of the psychopharmacological treatments available for addressing aggression and conduct disorders. Although the currently available controlled studies are limited, Connor manages to skillfully exhaust the available empirical data. Given the current pace at which pharmacology is changing, much of this will quickly lose its usefulness, especially in terms of dosage regimens for specific medications. Nevertheless, the broad outlines of the classes of medications available to clinicians and the ways that such therapies are thought to act will continue to be useful even as new agents are developed.