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Stack #84653

Vocabularydefinitionstheorytheory explainedexperimentexperiment implications
hydraulic theory aggresive energy must come out or it will build up and produce illness (release or explode) Freud belives that aristic creations are sublimations of agressive/sexual energy. Freud's Eros and Thanatos humans are born with an instinct toward life, which he called Eros, and equally powerful instinct toward death which he called thanatos. Thantos is at work to bring create back to its inanimate state. Energy must be released through sublimation(displaced)
Evolutionary Argument Males are theorized to agress genetically to perpetuate their genes Male agression to establish dominance and jealously Man want to establish dominance over other males (favor of female), insure that mates are not copulating with others to ensure paternity.(Crimes committed by males during peak reproductive years), however as society evolve, dominance evolve (money/status) Biologist Zing Yang Kuo, cat/rat raised together. cat generalized non aggressive bx to all rats. however rats raised in isolation will agress in the same ways socialized rats do if a new rats are introduced to the cage Aggression doesn't need to be learned, but the behavior is modified through experience
agression intentional behavior aimed at doing harm or causing pain to another (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank)
hostile/expressive aggression aggression steming from feeling of anger and aimed at infllicting pain (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank)
(blank) (blank) agression and species agression depends on innate tendencies, however can be learned through experiences-isolated rat-rat/rat-cat/chimps Aggression amont chimp and bonobos which have 98% common to human genes shows opposite behavior. Bonobos make love instead of aggress/chimps hunt down other males and kill as same rate as human suggest that programed to aggress.
Instrumental aggression Aggression as a means to some goal other than causing pain (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank)
Eros the instinct toward life, posited by Freud (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank)
thanatos according to freud, an instinctual drive toward death, leading to aggressive actions (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank)
(blank) (blank) Frustration-Aggression Theory idea that frustation-the perception that you are being prevented from attaining a goal-increased the probability of an aggressive response (blank) (blank)
aggressive stimulus object that is associated with aggressive responses and whose mere presence can increase the probability of aggression (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank)
(blank) (blank) Social Learning Theory the idea that we learn social behavior by observing others and imitating them (blank) (blank)
Scripts Ways of behaving socially that we learn implicitly from our culture (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank)
Catharsis notion that blowing off steam by performing an aggressive act, watching others engage in aggressive behaviors, or engaging in a fantasy of aggression, relieves built-up aggression energies and hence reduces the likelihood of further aggressive behavior (blank) (blank) (blank) (blank)
Created by: necolefears