|Statement||by Karl Otten. Translated by Eden Paul & F. M. Field.|
|Contributions||Paul, Eden, 1865-1944, tr., Field, F. M., joint tr.|
|LC Classifications||DD76 .O8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 356 p.|
|Number of Pages||356|
|LC Control Number||a 42004069|
Lorenz, one of founders of ethology, presents a detailed treatment of aggression in animals and the purposes that it serves. Then he moves on to humans. The implication is that a. This book was written around 50 years ago. It may be one of the earlier solid attempts in /5. Partner Aggression Severity as a Risk Marker for Male and Female Violence Recidivism By Woodin, Erica M.; O'Leary, K. Daniel Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, Vol. 32, No. 3, July PR PEER-REVIEWED PERIODICAL. This book is concerned with why people engage in aggressive behavior. Theories of human behavior have changed over the years, as interest in approaches that depict behavior as instinctively determined or impelled by drive forces have declined as deficiencies became apparent/5. In this remarkable study, Professor Lorenz, naturalist by profession and Darwinian by conviction, presents the results of his inquiry into the aggressive behavior of animals. And, in so doing, relates his findings to the complicated nature of man and modern s:
The present chapter serves as a brief introduction to human aggression. Contemporary definitions of aggression are discussed, as well its measurement. Several current theories of aggression are. According to Bjorkly (), aggressive behavior should be examined through three main groups of aggression theories: psychoanalytic, drive, and learning theory. The most common is the social. Aggression is a feeling like any other, and assertiveness is one of many ways we can respond to aggressive impulses. We might know aggression as a sense of urgency, irritation or even a . Turkle’s book splits into two halves, the first of which, somewhat unexpectedly, explores the role that robots, specifically adult care robots, currently play and are likely to play, in our lives.
Aggression is seeking to cause another person harm or pain. Hostile aggression is motivated by feelings of anger with intent to cause pain, and instrumental aggression is motivated by achieving a goal and does not necessarily involve intent to cause pain Bullying is an international public health concern that largely affects the adolescent. aggression hypothesis (Dollard et al. ), but it also provides a causal mech-anism for explaining why aversive events increase aggressive inclinations, i.e., via negative affect (Berkowitz ). This model is particularly suited to explain hostile aggression, but the same . The frustration-aggression hypothesis was introduced by a group of Yale University psychologists— John Dollard, Leonard Doob, Neal Miller, O.H. Mowrer, and Robert Sears—in an important monograph, Frustration and Aggression (), in which they integrated ideas and findings from several disciplines, especially sociology, anthropology, and psychology. Aggressive behavior should always be shown to be punished – Research can be used to reduce the effect of computer games on aggression. Weakness – Measures of aggression are artificial – Experimental studies compare participants who play a violent computer game with those who play a non-violent computer game but it is difficult to be.