Aggression - Aggression: Book Component Study Guide True /...

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Aggression: Book Component Study Guide – True / False _____ 1. Provocation is any action that tends to trigger aggression in the recipient when that action is perceived as arising from a malicious intent. _____ 2. Exposure to violent TV episodes reduces the amount of aggressive behavior displayed by adults because it provides them with a way of thinking about aggressive actions without engaging in those actions. _____ 3. Aggression is the result of instinctive drives that we cannot easily control or manipulate. _____ 4. Frustration always causes aggression and aggression is always caused by frustration. _____ 5. Excitation transfer theory suggests that physiological arousal typically dissipates relatively quickly. _____ 6. Exposure to violent media strengthens beliefs, expectations, and other cognitive processes related to aggression, which leads to increased aggressive behavior. _____ 7. Cultures of honor are rarely concerned with or related to aggressive behavior because of sexual jealousy. _____ 8.
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