The moderating effect of trigger intensity on triggered displaced aggression q

@inproceedings{Vsquez2004TheME,
  title={The moderating effect of trigger intensity on triggered displaced aggression q},
  author={Eduardo J. A. V{\'a}squez and Thomas F. Denson and William C. Pedersen and Douglas M. Stenstrom and Norman Millera},
  year={2004}
}
Many instances of aggression result in excessive retaliation in response to a seemingly trivial triggering event. The triggered displaced aggression paradigm (TDA; Miller, Pedersen, Earleywine, & Pollock, 2003) provides an experimental vehicle for exploring such occurrences. Participants were either provoked or not and were subsequently exposed to a neutral, mild, or moderately strong triggering event from a second bogus participant. Consistent with TDA theory (Miller et al., 2003… CONTINUE READING
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