Lec10 - Goals of Aggression Lecture To review past thinking...

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To review past thinking and findings about aggression. To encourage you to think critically about factors that affect aggression. To help you to understand your aggressive impulses so that you can avoid taking them out on your classmates or instructors. Goals of Aggression Lecture
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Factors Contributing to Aggression The Three I’s: Inclination Imitation Instigation
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A Model of Aggression Inclination to Violence Upbringing Personality Imitation of Violence Accessibility Apparent Norms Disinhibition Instigation of Violence Alcohol Crowding/Heat Trigger Arousal Anger VIOLENCE
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Inclination for Aggression Testosterone Culture/upbringing Personality
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Inclination for Aggression Testosterone Culture/upbringing
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The (Southern) Culture of Honor Perceived Insult Threat to Ego Heightened Testosterone levels Violent Cognitions Acts of Violence
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The white states are states where homicides exceed suicides, a good measure of externalized violence. The blue states are the opposite.
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Inclination for Aggression Testosterone Culture /upbringing
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Aggression is contagious
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Effects of Spanking on Antisocial Behavior Change in children’s anti-social behaviors two years later Frequency of Spanking per week Strauss et al., 1997
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Inclination for Aggression Testosterone Culture/upbringing Personality
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Personality and Aggression When arguing, I tend to raise my voice. When people yell at me, I yell back. When I get mad, I say nasty things. I demand that people respect my rights. Whoever insults me or my family is asking for it. If I have to resort to physical violence to defend my rights, I will. Once in awhile I cannot control my urge to harm others. If someone hits me first, I let him have it. Items from Buss & Durker, 1957
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Increased Aggression with Alcohol among Anti-Social Personalities Anti-Social Personalities Pro-Social Personalities
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Imitation of Aggression Accessibility Apparent Norms Disinhibition
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70% of all TV shows include at least one incident of violence During prime time, someone is assaulted or murdered every 10 minutes on average. Average American 16-year-
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