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Keri Suggs Group14 Chapter 10 Study Focus 1. Define the term aggression. Aggression is the physical or verbal behavior intended to hurt someone. This definition includes but is not limited to slaps, direct insults, and gossip. However, things like sidewalk collisions, auto accidents, and assisted suicide. 2. Define hostile and instrumental aggression and explain each. Hostile aggression is driven by anger and performed as an end in itself. This form is also referred to as affective aggression. Instrumental aggression is aggression that is a means to some other end. Hostile aggression develops from and anger and is done to injure others. However, with instrumental aggression, the hurt caused it viewed as the solution to the problem. The difference being that people who are using hostile aggression are seeking to hurt not to find an end to the situation. 3. What is instinctive behavior? The definition of instinctive behavior is an innate, unlearned behavior pattern exhibited by all members of a species. This confirms the idea that aggressive
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