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AGGRESSION

"Avoid loud and aggressive persons, they are vexations to the spirit."

Jen Taylor & Josh Nellist

Biological Functions

Twin Studies
Adoption Studies
Brain Functions

Social and
Environmental Factors

Social Factors
Environmental Factors
Frustration

Treatment for excessive aggression

 

Bibliography

 

 

Bibliography

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Carey, Gregory & Donna R. Miles. "Genetic and Environmental Architecture of Human Aggression."

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Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 72 (1997): 207-217. Copeland, Peter & Dean Hammer.

Lindsay, J. (2000). From antecedent conditions to violent actions: A general affective aggression model. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin, 26.

Living With Our Genes. New York: Anchor, 1998. Edwards, David C. Motivation and Emotion: Evolutionary, Physiological, Cognitive and Social Influences. Thousand Oaks California: Sage, 1999.

Nathanson, A. (2000). Reducing the aggression-promoting affect of violent cartoons by increasing children's fictional involvement with the victim: A study of avtive meditation. Jounral of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 44.

Phillipsen, L. (1999). Relating charracteristics of children and their friends to relational and overt aggression. Child Study Journal, 29.

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