Aggression Pt 2

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Aggression Pt 2 Aggression Pt 2
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Road Rage!!! Road Rage!!!
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What Contributes to Road Rage? What Contributes to Road Rage? Feeling endangered by someone else’s driving  (being cut off) Resentment at being forced to slow down Anger at another driver who takes his own road  rage out on you Swelling congestion on the highways Long commutes to work Anonymity among drivers http://www.drdriving.org/images/booktoc/marscartoo n1.gif
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School Violence:  Bullying School Violence:  Bullying Bullying  is a persistent  pattern of behavior in  which one person  intentionally abuses  another by means of verbal  taunts or acts of teasing,  physical assaults,  deliberate exclusion from  social activities, or  attempts to sabotage his or  her social relationships by  spreading malicious gossip  and rumors. 
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Olweus suggested 2 possible motives for  Olweus suggested 2 possible motives for 
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course PYSC 430 taught by Professor Bessellieu during the Spring '10 term at South Carolina.

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