Add, modify, and remove questions. Select a question type from the Add Question drop-down list and click Go to add questions. Use Creation Settings to establish which default options, such as feedback and images, are available for question creation. TEST BANK > CONTROL PANEL > POOL MANAGER > POOL CANVAS Pool Canvas Add Calculated Formula Creation Settings Name Chapter 13b--Health, Stress, and Coping Description Instructions Modify Add Question Here Question 1Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionRedirecting anger toward safer targets is called Answerrepression. displaced aggression. withdrawal. circumvention. Add Question Here Question 2Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionIf the cost of direct aggression is too high, the aggression may be _____, or redirected toward whomever or whatever is available. Add Question Here Question 3Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionWhen aggression is directed at a target other than the source of frustration, we say that _____ aggression has occurred. Add Question Here Question 4Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionLashing out at a friend or relative who was not the real cause of your annoyance illustrates _____ aggression. Add Question Here Question 5Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionWhen little Billy stole and ate his sister's candy, he was sent to his room and could not watch his favorite TV show. In his room, he spread shoe polish all over the wallpaper. His behavior is an example of Answerprojection. sublimation. displaced aggression. persistence. Add Question Here Question 6Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionWhen Jacob's boss angered him, rather than telling his boss off, Jacob took his anger out on fellow motorists. His behavior is an example of Add Question Here Question 7Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionYou are angry at your teacher and take out your anger on your dog or your little brother. You are displaying the classic pattern of Add Question Here
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