A hot new way to measure aggression: Hot sauce allocation.

@inproceedings{Lieberman1999AHN,
  title={A hot new way to measure aggression: Hot sauce allocation.},
  author={Joel D. Lieberman and Sheldon Solomon and Jeff Greenberg and Holly Mcgregor},
  year={1999}
}
Laboratory experiments investigating aggressive behavior have operationalized and assessed aggression in a variety of ways; however, these measures are often problematic because they do not create a situation in which participants perceive potential for real harm to come to the target, there is a risk of actual harm to the target, or they are too familiar to participants. To overcome these limitations, we developed a new method for measuring aggression, specifically, the amount of hot sauce… CONTINUE READING

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