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Running head: SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH 1 Social Development Research Jess Midkiff PSY/211 Essentials of Psychology June 5, 2011 Karen Morales
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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH 2 Key Issues in the Development of Aggression and Violence from Childhood to Early Adulthood I choose this article because it some what reflects what I see in some of the kids around. They show a lot of aggression and violence to their parents as kids until adulthood or even later. One main reason is because most kids have resent against their parents instead of other adult figures. If parents say to do something, they do not seem to listen, as if it was coming from another older adult figure or role model that they look up to they would listen to. One key point of this article is that the manifestations of aggression change dramatically throughout childhood, adolescence, and early adulthood, and the changes are not exactly the same for each gender (Annual Review of Psychology; 1997; 48, Research Library).
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Unformatted text preview: Another key point that this article talks about is that aggression covers a whole range of act that vary according to age-typical manifestations, severity, and choice of opponents or victims (Annual Review of Psychology; 1997; 48, Research Library). • If I had to write a research paper on this topic I would use this article I picked. One of the reasons I would use this article is because it goes into detail about how we get from childhood into adulthood and how the issues in social development take a role in aggression and violence and how it all takes place from childhood to adulthood. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH 3 References Loeber, Rolf, & Hay, Dale. (1997). Key issues in the development of aggression and violence from childhood to early adulthood. Annual Review of Psychology, 48, 371-410. Retrieved October 1, 2010, from ProQuest Psychology Journals. (Document ID: 11097356)....
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