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Curriculum Vitae: dr W.M.

ROAN
Lahir: Cirebon, 10 September 1936
Menikah: 1 isteri. 3 anak, 1 (lk) dokter-psikiater, 1 (lk) dokter
bidang pharmaceuticals, 1 (pr) insinyur pertanian (hortikulturis),
sudah punya 6 cucu
1963: Lulus dokter Univ. Airlangga, Surabaya.
1966-1969: Direktur Rumah Sakit Jiwa Jakarta
1969-1971: Pendidikan spesialistik di Inggeris & mendapat
Diploma in Psychological Medicine, Institute of Psychiatry, &
Institute of Neurology, Univ. of London, United Kingdom.
1972-1992: Kasubdit Pencegahan, Dit Kes Jiwa, Dep Kes RI
1973-kini: Dosen FK UPH, FK UKI, FKUI: m.k. Terapi Perilaku,
(pensiun 2005) FK Atmajaya (pensiun 2003).
1977: ASEAN Ageing Project, Expert for Indonesia
1995: Psikiater RS St Carolus, Siloam Kb Jeruk & Karawaci
HOMICIDE
JAKARTA, 17 NOVEMBER 2013
DR. W.M.ROAN DPM(Lond.), SpKJ(K)
AGGRESSION
Many definitions:
Violent actions against others
Intent to harm or injure another person
Physical attacks against self or other
Physical attacks against objects
Verbal aggression
Coercion
Intimidation
Premeditated social ostracism




Some DSM-4 TR Disorders ass. With
aggressions
Mental Retardation
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Conduct disorder
Cognitive Disorders: delirium, dementia
Psychotic disorders: Schizophrenia, other psychosis
Mood disorders: due general medical conditions, substance induced
Intermittent explosive disorders
Adjustment disorders + disturbance of conduct
Personality disorders: paranoid, antisocial, borderline, narcissistic
Childhood, adolescent or adult antisocial behaviour
Commonly cited predictors of
dangerousness
High degree of intent to harm
Presence of a victim
Frequent & open threats
Concrete plan
Access to instruments of violence
History of loss of control
Chronic anger, hostility or resentment
Enjoyment in watching or inflicting harm
Lack of compassion
S elf-view as victim
Resentful of authority
Childhood brutality or deprivation
Decrease warmth & affection in home
Early loss of parents
Fire setting, bed wetting, cruelty to animals
Prior violent acts
Reckless driving
ETIOLOGY
Instinctive behaviour: Freuds eros & thanatos
Learned behaviour
Social factor
Frustration
Direct provocation
Television violence
Environmental factors
Air pollution
Noise
crowding
ETIOLOGY
Situational
Sexual arousal
Pain
Biological factors
Testosterone, progesterone, dopamine, B-
endorphine, epinephrine, etc
Neuroanatomical damage
Epilepsy, history of physical abuse
ETIOLOGY
Neurotransmitters
Cholinergic & catecholaminergic enhance
aggresssion
Gaba, serotonin decrease aggression
Genetic factors
Twin studies
Chromosomal influence: XYY syndrome
TERMINOLOGIES
Homicide
Infanticide
Filicide
Suicide