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Aggression: Its Causes, Consequences, and Control
CHAPTER 1: The Problem of AggressionPART ONE: EMOTIONAL AGGRESSIONCHAPTER 2: Effects of FrustrationCHAPTER 3: We're Nasty When We Feel BadCHAPTER 4: Does Thinking Make It So?PART TWO: AGGRESSIVE
Frustration-aggression hypothesis: examination and reformulation.
  • L. Berkowitz
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Psychological bulletin
  • 1 July 1989
A proposed revision of the Dollard et al. (1939) frustration-aggression hypothesis holds that frustrations generate aggressive inclinations to the degree that they arouse negative affect.
The Influence of Media Violence on Youth
Though it is clear that reducing exposure to media violence will reduce aggression and violence, it is less clear what sorts of interventions will produce a reduction in exposure, and large-scale longitudinal studies would help specify the magnitude of media-violence effects on the most severe types of violence.
On the formation and regulation of anger and aggression. A cognitive-neoassociationistic analysis.
A cognitive-neoassociationistic model is proposed to account for the effects of negative affect on the development of angry feelings and the display of emotional aggression and it is argued that the model can integrate the core aspect of the James-Lange theory with the newer cognitive theories of emotion.
Advances in Experimental Social Psychology
Advances in Experimental Social Psychology continues to be one of the most sought after and most often cited series in this field. Containing contributions of major empirical and theoretical
Is readiness to behave in a socially responsible manner related to certain behavior and attitudes? This study of associations between a personality scale and other survey responses indicates that