Justification of interpersonal aggression in Japanese, American, and Spanish students

@inproceedings{Fujihara1999JustificationOI,
  title={Justification of interpersonal aggression in Japanese, American, and Spanish students},
  author={Takehiro Fujihara and Takaya Kohyama and Jos{\'e} Manuel Andreu and Jes{\'u}s Mart{\'i}n Ram{\'i}rez},
  year={1999}
}
  • Takehiro Fujihara, Takaya Kohyama, +1 author Jesús Martín Ramírez
  • Published 1999
  • Psychology
  • Six hundred and thirty-two university students of both sexes—242 Japanese (137 males and 105 females), 190 Spanish (71 males and 119 females), and 200 American (100 males and 100 females)—completed a questionnaire that examined their attitudes toward various kinds of aggression directed at other people in different situations that ranged from self-defense to a method of overcoming communication problems. Factor analysis revealed three factors: physical aggression (killing, torture, and hitting… CONTINUE READING

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