The stages of a relationship are _____, ______, _________, _______, and _______
The idea that we give preferential helping to genetic relatives so that our common genes will survive is ______ ________ (strongest when stakes are high).
When people try to convince themselves and others that they are driven to help by moral principles it is ______ _______
When one is motivated to help be the desire to increase another person's welfare it is _____
When one is motivated to help by the desire to increase one's own welfare it is ___________
The ________ ________ states that the presence of others inhibits helping
a negatively toned emotion, which can range from mild annoyance to fury and outrage in response to a real or perceived injury, injustice, or threat
Anger is ___________
narrows attentional focus energizes to facilitate a response
Anger is functional because it ________ and ________
behavior aimed at causing harm, damage, or pain, either physical or mental against a target. The target can be either living or symbolic. Intention to harm is also characteristic of aggressive behavior.
Aggression is ___________________
active passive direct indirect physical verbal
The dimensions of aggression are _____ or _____, ______ or ______, and ______ or _____
________ _______ is employed to achieve a desired end
The internal drive toward self-destruction that when turned outward constitutes aggression is ________
ensure survival of the individual
Aggression is the instinct to _______ __________ __ __ ________(territory and resources)
frustration aggression hypothesis
The belief that frustration causes aggression and all aggression is the result of frustration is ________ _________ _________.
_________________ subsumes frustration-common denominator is elevated motor activity (physiological arouses) that improves probability of survival. Gets linked to less urgent annoyances.
________ __ are situational stimuli that are infused with meaning by their associations with aggression
Aggression is disinhibited by _______, ______ ,____ ,________ , and ________.
Forensic psychology includes the _____ and _______ or criminals.
voluntary coerced-compliant coerced-internalized
The types of false confessions are _______ ,________, and ____________
fit to stand trial mental state now
competency asks: Is the defendant ___________? What is their _________ (at the time of the trail?
_______ refers to the mental state of the defendant at the time of the crime
The ________ ______ states that the defendant must prove that a "disease of the mind" excuses conduct because they 1) didn't know what they were doing 2) and didn't know what they were doing was wrong
The _______ ______ states that the defendant is not guilty if mental disease or defect causes them to lack substantial capacity to 1) appr3eciate the criminality of their conduct 2) conform conduct to the law
realistic conflict theory
Finding a common ground (superordinate identity/goal), can lesson the effects of ______ _______ ________