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Agression Theories

Aggression Theories

Define Aggression behaviour, intended to harm another person, physically or psychologically outside the laws of the game
Is aggression inside or outside the rules of sports? Outside of the laws
What is channeled agression? Feelings of aggression that are diverted into useful, positive actions
Define the Instinct Theory... A biological response which can only be changed in small manners
Aggressive Cue Theory. Explain. Every aggressive action is caused by a cue...
Give an example of aggressive cue theory.. increased arousal in the game, cue allows for more aggressive behaviour
What is an example of the Frustration Aggression theory... having your path to the goal blocked, leading to high levels of frustration and aggression
Social Learning theory? Role Models, copying what we see on the field of play. accepted or not...
What is Deindividuation theory? Become part of a group and losing your identity
Created by: userna