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Agression behavior that is intended toharm another individual
instrumental aggression inflicting harm in order to obtain something of value
emotional aggression harm is inflicted for its own sake
violence refers to extreme acts of aggression
anger strong feelings of displeasure in response to a peceived injury
hostility a negative, antagonistic attitude toward another person or group
social learning theory the theory that behaviour is learned through the obseration of others as well as thorugh the direct experience of rewards and punishments
catharis a reduction of the motive to aggress that is said to result from any imagined observed or actual act of agression
cognitive neoassociation analysis the view that unpleasant experiences create negative affect which in turn stimulates associations conneted with anger and fear. emotional and behavioural outcomes then depend at least in part on higher-order cognitive processing
frustration-aggression hypothesis the idea that (1) frustration always elicits the motive to aggress and (2) all aggression is caused by frustration
aorusal affect model the proposition that agression is influenced by both the intensity of arousal and the type of emotion produced by a stimulus
weapon effect the tendency for the presence of guns to increase aggression
Created by: beckydydle