Reactions to Frustration

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Reactions to Frustration Aggression: Any response made with the intention of harming a person, animal, or object Displaced Aggression: Redirecting aggression to a target other than the source of one’s frustration Scapegoating: Blaming a person or group for conditions they did not create; the scapegoat is a habitual target of displaced aggression Escape: May mean actually leaving a source of frustration (dropping out of school) or psychologically escaping (apathy) Coping with Frustration
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Unformatted text preview: Try to identify the source of frustration Is it external or internal Is the source of frustration something that can be changed? How hard would it be to change it? Is it under your control at all? If the source can be changed or removed, is the effort worth it? Anxiety Feelings of tension, uneasiness, apprehension, worry, and vulnerability We are motivated to avoid experiencing anxiety Similar to fear but based on unclear threat...
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