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Chapter 9 - Aggression and Antisocial Behavior Defining Aggression and Antisocial Behavior Is Aggression Innate or Learned? Inner Causes of Aggression Interpersonal Causes of Aggression External Causes of Aggression Self and Culture Other Antisocial Behavior
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Aggression and Antisocial Behavior Saddam Hussein He was aggressive; was he antisocial? How can we understand aggressive behavior of powerful individuals or small groups of cruel people?
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Tradeoffs - Is Military Action an Effective Way to Fight Terrorism? Many countries resort to military action to fight terrorism Effective in short-term, but in long-term creates a new pool of terrorist recruits
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Stanford Prison and Abu Ghraib Prison QuickTimeª and a Sorenson Video 3 decompressor are needed to see this picture.
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Defining Aggression Aggression An intentional behavior Intent is to harm The victim wants to avoid harm Violence Aggression, with the goal of extreme physical harm
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Types of Aggression Hostile aggression Hot, impulsive Instrumental aggression Cold, premeditated Passive aggression Active aggression
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Aggression and Antisocial Behavior Antisocial Behavior Behavior that either damages interpersonal relationships or is culturally undesirable. Aggression may be social or antisocial Behaviors in addition to aggression may be antisocial Aggression is universal Cultural rules restrain aggression Aggression aids social animals Culture offers nonviolent ways of resolving conflicts and problems
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Aggression and War Rules of conduct for war Geneva Convention Reciprocity Rules governing self-defense Acceptable only if defender uses comparable force
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