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Social Psych 11
Terms in this set (13)
Physical or verbal behavior that is intended to hurt another person who does not want to be injured.
Emotional (or hostile) aggresion
aggression in which one inflicts harm for its own sake on another.
aggression in which one inflicts harm in order to obtain something of value.
the belief that aggression is a type of energy that builds up over time until it is released.
a theory that describes people's innate desire to lie as leading to the desire to aggress against others.
a hypothesis that frustration always leads to the desire to aggress, and that aggression is caused by frustration.
people's tendency to aggress against others when the person who has frustrated them is unavailable.
the feeling of discontent caused by the belief that one fares poorly compared to people in other groups.
a theory that describes aggression as caused by experiencing negative affect of any kind, which in turn evokes aggressive-related thoughts, memories, feelings, and ideas.
arousal-affect/excitation transfer model
a model describing aggression as influenced by both the intensity of the arousal and the type of emotion produced by the stimulus.
general aggression model
a model proposing that both individual differences and situational factors lead to aggressive-related thoughts, feelings, and/or physiological arousal.
the state in which physiological reactions to violence are reduced due to repeated exposure to violence.
the provision of unpleasant consequences to try to reduce a negative behavior.
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