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Aggression 1 Running head: SCHOOL RELATED VIOLENCE Anti-social and Pro-social Aggression Reinforcement (Gestalt Theory) WILLIAM R. MESMER B.S. Psychology, Preparation for Graduate Studies PSYC-2005-2 Social Influences on Behavior, Dr. Deborah Davenport Week 4 Assignment
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Aggression 2 Abstract To; identify the types of aggression that occurs with our schools as well as the age range of targets and perpetrators; identify the setting or context in which most types of the aggression occur, the severity of the aggression, and the frequency with which this form of aggression occurs; identify the sources of anger and the factors that may lead to anger being manifested as aggression and to apply the general affective aggression model to this situation. In conclusion, propose a brief summary in which an explanation is given on how to reduce this type of aggression.
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Aggression 3 Anti-social and Pro-social Aggression Reinforcement (Gestalt Theory) A disturbing trend in our school system today is the alarming rise of violence perpetrated by seemingly ordinary students. The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) has run numerous studies on the subject to include Indicators of School Crime and Safety, School Associated Violent Death, Bullying and Sexual Violence, and Youth Risk Behavioral Surveillance. There are an estimated 55 million students attending public schools from Pre-
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