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Frustration and aggression
The authors postulate that aggression is always a consequence of frustration. They indicate manifestations of this sequence in almost every field of human behavior and interpret aggression asExpand
Insight, part of a Special Feature on The influence of human demography and agriculture on natural systems in the Neotropics Urban Forest and Rural Cities: Multi-sited Households, Consumption
In much of the Amazon Basin, approximately 70% of the population lives in urban areas and urbanward migration continues. Based on data collected over more than a decade in two long-settled regions ofExpand
The Gifted Group in Later Maturity
1. Introduction Part I. Background: 2. Nature of the study 3. Historical context and attrition Part II. Occupations: 4. Men's work history 5. Women's work history Part III/ Social Bonds: 6. MaritalExpand
Environment and human well-being : a practical strategy : summary version
This chapter discusses the challenges and solutions to environmental sustainability and the challenges faced in implementing strategies for environmental sustainability in the coming years. Expand
Relation of early socialization experiences to aggression in middle childhood.
  • R. Sears
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of abnormal and social psychology
  • 1 November 1961
One part of a followup study of the 5-year-old children whose early socialization experiences were described in Patterns of Child Rearing is presented, attempting to trace the effects of some of those experiences on the children's aggressive behavior 6 years later. Expand
Significant Samples : The Psychological Study of Eminent Individuals
Psychologists occasionally study eminent individuals, such as Nobel laureates, U.S. presidents, Olympic athletes, chess grandmasters, movie stars, and even distinguished psychologists. Studies usingExpand
A theoretical framework for personality and social behavior.
In the last twenty years "data of social psychology have been meager and personality studies have been mostly restricted to clinical observations." A theory is needed to facilitate development inExpand