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Aggression as a trait: the Dark Tetrad alternative.
Paulhus DL, et al. Curr Opin Psychol 2018 - Review. PMID 29279229
Aggression is often construed as a unitary trait fully captured by the Buss-Perry Aggression Questionnaire (BPAQ). Our review of the literature questions that assumption in several respects. ...We conclude that the unitary trait conception of aggression has yielded more confusion than understanding. The term aggression should be reserved for outcomes, with many possible trait×situation predictors. ...
Aggression is often construed as a unitary trait fully captured by the Buss-Perry Aggression Questionnaire (BPAQ). Our review
Recent advances in the study of aggression.
Flanigan ME and Russo SJ. Neuropsychopharmacology 2019 - Review. PMID 30242209 Free PMC article.
Aggression and its predictors among elementary students.
Salimi N, et al. J Inj Violence Res 2019. PMID 30982055 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: Aggression is the most significant psychopathological risk factor. It is a multifaceted construct and can affect students' social, mental and physical health. ...CONCLUSIONS: Aggression among children and adolescents is getting alarmingly prevalent. The Social Cogni-tive Theory is the appropriate framework for the prediction of aggression behaviors in children and adolescents. ...
BACKGROUND: Aggression is the most significant psychopathological risk factor. It is a multifaceted construct and can affect students …
Aversive events and aggression.
Groves CL and Anderson CA. Curr Opin Psychol 2018 - Review. PMID 29279214
There is perhaps no finding in psychology that is more consistent than the human motivation to avoid negative experiences and seek out positive ones. The current review details some of the aggression-related consequences that result from failures to avoid these negative experiences. ...
There is perhaps no finding in psychology that is more consistent than the human motivation to avoid negative experiences and seek ou …
The relationship between aggression and ability emotional intelligence: The role of negative affect.
Megías A, et al. Psychiatry Res 2018. PMID 30001802
Emotional management ability showed a direct relationship with aggression, while emotional perception ability presented an indirect relationship with aggression through the effect of NA. These EI abilities were related to different aggression dimensions, highlighting the direct relationship with physical aggression. ...
Emotional management ability showed a direct relationship with aggression, while emotional perception ability presented an indirect r …
The facts on the furious: a brief review of the psychology of trait anger.
Veenstra L, et al. Curr Opin Psychol 2018 - Review. PMID 29279231
Trait anger is an important antecedent of state anger and aggression. People with high trait anger tend to perceive situations as hostile and are less capable of controlling their hostile thoughts and feelings. ...Insights into the underlying processes of trait anger may be used to combat human aggression....
Trait anger is an important antecedent of state anger and aggression. People with high trait anger tend to perceive situations as hos …
Females who maltreat animals
Felthous AR and Calhoun AJ. Behav Sci Law 2018 - Review. PMID 30556604
Studies of animal maltreatment and of untoward or abnormal aggression predominantly involve male subjects, raising the question as to whether females who engage in such behaviors are like, or fundamentally different than, their male counterparts. ...The potential significance of these observations is discussed within the contexts of developmental and gender psychology....
Studies of animal maltreatment and of untoward or abnormal aggression predominantly involve male subjects, raising the question as to …
Functions of Aggression and Peer Victimization in Elementary School Children: the Mediating Role of Social Preference.
Manring S, et al. J Abnorm Child Psychol 2018. PMID 28752300 Free PMC article.
The relations among aggression, social preference, and peer victimization varied as a function of aggression and gender. For girls, reactive aggression was a significant negative predictor of social preference. ...Boys' aggression was not related to subsequent peer victimization. Future research and intervention efforts should consider gender differences and the function of aggression when investigating children's peer victimization experiences....
The relations among aggression, social preference, and peer victimization varied as a function of aggression and gender. For g …
Aggression can be contagious: Longitudinal associations between proactive aggression and reactive aggression among young twins.
Dickson DJ, et al. Aggress Behav 2015. PMID 25683448 Free PMC article.
In families with relatively high levels of parental coercion-hostility, there was evidence of between-sibling influence, such that one twin's reactive aggression at age 6 predicted increases in the other twin's reactive aggression from ages 6 to 7, and one twin's proactive aggression at age 6 predicted increases in the other twin's proactive aggression from ages 6 to 7. There was also evidence of within-sibling influence such that a child's level of reactive aggression at age 6 predicted increases in the same child's proactive aggression at age 7, regardless of parental coercion-hostility. ...
In families with relatively high levels of parental coercion-hostility, there was evidence of between-sibling influence, such that one twin' …
Preschool Gender-Typed Play Behavior at Age 3.5 Years Predicts Physical Aggression at Age 13 Years.
Kung KTF, et al. Arch Sex Behav 2018. PMID 28646480 Free PMC article.
Gender differences in play behavior and physical aggression have been consistently reported. Theoretical perspectives concerning evolutionary, social, and social-cognitive mechanisms suggest that male-typical play behavior during childhood increases subsequent physical aggression. ...Masculine children exhibited significantly more physical aggression than control children or feminine children, and control children exhibited significantly more physical aggression than feminine children. ...
Gender differences in play behavior and physical aggression have been consistently reported. Theoretical perspectives concerning evol …
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