Citations with the tag: AGGRESSION (Psychology)

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    Wann, Daniel L.; Shelton, Sarah; Smith, Tony; Walker, Rhonda // Perceptual & Motor Skills; Apr2002, Vol. 94 Issue 2, p595 

    Examines the relationship between team identification and trait aggression. Use of Buss-Perry Aggression Questionnaire in assessing the relationship; Distinction between trait aggression and state aggression; Influence of sex on sport fandom.

    Meesters, Cor; Muris, Peter // Psychological Reports; Feb2002, Vol. 90 Issue 1, p231 

    Examines the relationship between attachment style and aggression in young women. Classification of the subject to insecurely valently; Attachment of the subjects by means of Adult Attachment Questionnaire of Hazan and Shaver; Anger and hostility of insecurely attached subjects.

  • Mad about views.
    Freeman, Peter // Bulletin with Newsweek; 02/06/2001, Vol. 119 Issue 6260, p47 

    Discusses various aspects of sudden burst of anger and the aggressive physical behavior that accompanies it. Attempts of psychiatrists and psychologists to understand outbursts of anger and their causes; Cognitive therapist Aaron Beck's assertion that distress is the initial reaction of humans...

  • New program in WA.
    Colman, Adrian // Youth Studies Australia; Mar1996, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p6 

    Reports on the program `Exploring Together' in the Australian province of Victoria, which aims to change the behavior of aggressive and withdrawn children of primary school age by working with their families.

    Russell, Gordon W. // Social Behavior & Personality: an international journal; 1983, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p9 

    The records of 426 games played in the twelve team Western Hockey League provided the data for an investigation of the relationships between crowd size and density, and both player aggression (aggressive penalties) and performance (goals). Crowd size was negatively related to the aggression and...

  • An anti-aggression technique.
    Russell, Gordon W. // Communication Briefings; Nov2010, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p2 

    The article presents a discussion of anti-aggression technique, adapted from the book "Dealing With Difficult People at Work: Quick Tip," located at www.confidence

    Spiker, Ted // Men's Health; Jan/Feb2001, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p34 

    Reports that aggressive men have better immune systems, according to a study by Penn State and University of Nebraska.

  • Untitled.
    Spiker, Ted // Adbusters; Jan/Feb2014, Vol. 22 Issue 1, following p18 

    A photograph of an aggressive woman holding a chain with both hands is presented.

  • The high cost of aggression.
    Ramos, John // Across the Board; Sep94, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p62 

    Gives advice on what to do when hearing of problems that indicate a High Aggressive employee.

  • A manager's guide to keeping on track….
    Ramos, John // Personnel Today; 10/22/2002, p59 

    Presents factors that hinders the performance of managers and methods to recognize them. Effect of over-imagination of managers; Personal characteristics that inevitable have impact on managers career; Problems related to the aggressive nature of managers.

  • Find out for yourself.
    Gitomer, Jeffrey // Inside Tucson Business; 3/31/2003, Vol. 12 Issue 42, p12 

    Provides insights in aggressive selling. Distinction between aggressiveness and being obnoxious; Association of aggressive risk with self-belief and intelligence; Importance for the salesperson to believe that his product or service can help the customer; Advice on when to be aggressive in...

  • Bullying: An unrecognized road much travelled by nurses.
    Sunderland, Lynette; Hunt, Lynne // Australian Nursing Journal; Aug2001, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p39 

    Provides information on a study which discussed aspects of bullying and outlined the importance for nurses to recognize the signs of bullying. Features; How to deal with bullying at the workplace.

  • Fight! Fight! Fight!
    Bartz, Andrea // Psychology Today; Sep/Oct2010, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p9 

    The article focuses on several studies which examined aggression in reality television programs. One example of reality television program that contained several acts of verbal or relational aggression is "The Apprentice." In a study led by Sarah Coyne of Brigham Young University, it was...

  • Drugging Aggression Behind Bars.
    Knoll IV, James L.; Wilbur, Robert // Correctional Mental Health Report; Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p17 

    The article discusses the use of prescription drugs for treating aggression among prison inmates in the U.S.

  • Guidance on how to manage violence and aggression.
    Knoll IV, James L.; Wilbur, Robert // Mental Health Practice; Dec2014, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p7 

    The article reports that the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence in Great Britain has issued a draft guidance on the management of violence and aggression, involving short-term management of violence and physically threatening behaviour in psychiatric and emergency care settings.

  • mad tv.
    Knoll IV, James L.; Wilbur, Robert // Baby Talk; Jul2010, Vol. 75 Issue 5, p18 

    The article reports on a study which reveals that television viewing influences aggression in toddlers.

  • Hungry and aggressive? Blame serotonin.
    Knoll IV, James L.; Wilbur, Robert // Asian Pacific Post; 6/12/2008, p11 

    The article discusses a study on the association between serotonin levels and aggression.

  • Long-time GP advocate asks 'Am I a bully?'.
    Douglas, Bill // New Zealand Doctor; 6/10/2015, p16 

    The author reflects on bullying which is the use of force, threat, and coersion to abuse, intimidate, and aggressively dominate others.

  • Liberation Animation: Non-Aggression Principle.
    RIVERA, NICK // Moderate Voice; 6/25/2011, p5 

    An online video explaining the principle of non-aggression by animation, is discussed.

  • Napolean Complex.
    RIVERA, NICK // India Today; 1/6/2014, p25 

    The article presents information on Napoleon Complex, a term used by psychologists to describe the behavior of short men who become very aggressive to compensate for their lack of height, and also presents information on some Indian leaders with less-than-average height.

  • Is it assertiveness or aggressiveness?
    RIVERA, NICK // Administrative Professional Today; Jan2015, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p8 

    The article presents a discussion about knowing where the line is between assertive and aggressive can make or break one's own career, adapted from the article "Office politics: When does assertive become aggressive?" by Sylvia Pennington in the journal "The Sydney Morning Herald."

  • Aggression busters.
    Hutter, Sarah // Working Mother; Apr95, p68 

    Presents tips for diverting a child's aggression. Includes channeling his energy elsewhere; Showing him better ways to handle conflicts.

  • Do you need to be aggressive to succeed in sales?
    Canada, Richard // Indianapolis Business Journal; 5/12/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 9, p16 

    Comments on the effectiveness of aggressive behavior in selling. Reduction of sales effectiveness; Tips on how salespeople will avoid being perceived as aggressive; Preference of buyers of salespeople who are assertive and confident.

  • Is your pediatric patient a victim of bullying?
    Canada, Richard // RN; May2003, Vol. 66 Issue 5, p30hf2 

    Examines the symptoms of bullying in pediatric patients. Having a high index of suspicion; Involving the parents and school authorities; Strategies for nurses when a pediatric patient is suspected to be a victim of bullying. INSET: What to do when you suspect bullying..

  • Spaz attacks.
    Dunea, George // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition); 6/2/1984, Vol. 288 Issue 6431, p1679 

    Focuses on the emphasis on the difference between assertive and aggressive behavior. Enhancement of the diagnosis and patients care; Effective prevention of spaz attack on stressful occasion; Reduction of complications on patients conditions.

  • War in the Animal Kingdom.
    Feldman, Ruth Tenzer // Odyssey; Feb2002, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p49 

    Focuses on the association between humans and Chimpanzees in terms of genes and the manner of aggressions. Development of systematic and territorial aggression; Defense against predators; Dominance of male chimps over the female.

    Abney, Stephanie White // Parenting School Years; Feb2011, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p26 

    The article presents two opposing opinions from readers on how they feel about what experts say that "make believe" violence does not encourage real aggression.

  • Patient-staff conflict: results of a survey on acute psychiatric wards.
    Bowers, Len; Simpson, Alan; Alexander, Jane // Social Psychiatry & Psychiatric Epidemiology; Jul2003, Vol. 38 Issue 7, p402 

    Background: Disruptive behaviours of acute psychiatric inpatients have typically been studied separately, as have the methods used to contain them. There are indications that behaviours and containment methods are systematically related. Aims: The aim of this study was...

  • HIV & Aids.
    Thorn, Paul // Gay Times (09506101); Aug2008, Issue 359, p205 

    The article relates the author's experience with aggressive neighbors.

  • Verbal aggressiveness: Conceptualization and measurement a decade later.
    Blickle, Gerhard; Habasch, Amin; Senft, Wolfgang // Psychological Reports; Feb98, Vol. 82 Issue 1, p287 

    Presents a study on the conceptualization and measurement of verbal aggressiveness, and the ability of its message to inflict psychological pain on an individual's self-concept. Description of the Verbal Aggressiveness scale; Method used in the study; Discussion on the findings.

  • Feelings About Verbal Aggression: Justifications For Sending and Hurt From Receiving Verbally Aggressive Messages.
    Martin, Matthew M.; Anderson, Carolyn M.; Horvath, Cary L. // Communication Research Reports; Spring1996, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p19 

    Focuses on a study which investigated whether receiving verbally aggressive messages was more hurtful depending on the source of that message. Beliefs that sending verbally aggressive messages are justified; Tendency to be verbally aggressive; Discussion of results.

  • October is National Bullying Prevention Month.
    Martin, Matthew M.; Anderson, Carolyn M.; Horvath, Cary L. // Curriculum Review; Sep2012, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p11 

    The article announces the celebration of National Bullying Prevention Month in October 2012.

  • Phenytoin.
    Martin, Matthew M.; Anderson, Carolyn M.; Horvath, Cary L. // Reactions Weekly; 03/01/2013, Issue 1441, p27 

    The article presents a case report of a 28-year-old man with reports including scholastic deterioration, aggressive behavior, sadness and decreased confidence, developed mood, behavior and cognitive symptoms during chronic phenytoin administration.

  • Aggression in schizophrenia: assessment and prevalence.
    Soyka, M. // British Journal of Psychiatry; Mar2002, Vol. 180, p278 

    A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article about the association of aggressive behavior in schizophrenia with catechol-O-methyltransferase genotype.

  • Gene tied to aggression.
    Soyka, M. // Hudson Valley Business Journal; 12/11/95, Vol. 6 Issue 42, p4 

    Reports on the study conducted by New York-based scientists on the genetic aspects of aggression in mice.

  • Oxymethalone and Aggression.
    Barker, Simon // British Journal of Psychiatry; Oct87, Vol. 151, p564 

    A letter to the editor is presented about a case of an 18 year-old male who developed a temporary increase in aggression after treatment with oxymethalone for idiopathic aplastic anemia.

  • Erratum to: Reducing Aggression and Impulsivity Through School-Based Prevention Programs: A Gene by Intervention Interaction.
    Musci, Rashelle; Bradshaw, Catherine; Maher, Brion; Uhl, George; Kellam, Sheppard; Ialongo, Nicholas // Prevention Science; Dec2014, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p841 

    A correction to the article that "Reducing Aggression and Impulsivity Through School-Based Prevention Programs: A Gene by Intervention Interaction" that was published in the 2014 issue is presented.

  • Nonaggression Pact.
    Caplan, William // JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association; 12/15/89, Vol. 262 Issue 23, p3274 

    Comments on an article on the use of the word 'aggressive' in the medical literature.

  • Violence Against Medical Assistants.
    Weiß, Joachim // Deutsches Aerzteblatt International; 10/23/2015, Vol. 112 Issue 43, p736 

    A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Aggression and violence against primary care physicians--a nationwide questionnaire survey," by F. Vorderwülbecke et al., in the 2015; 112 issue.

  • Legal Uncertainties.
    Günther, Andreas // Deutsches Aerzteblatt International; 10/23/2015, Vol. 112 Issue 43, p736 

    A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Aggression and violence against primary care physicians--a nationwide questionnaire survey," by F. Vorderwülbecke et al., in the 2015; 112 issue.

  • Authors reply to... Joachim Weiß and Andreas Günther.
    Vorderwülbecke, Florian // Deutsches Aerzteblatt International; 10/23/2015, Vol. 112 Issue 43, p736 

    A response from the author of the article "Aggression and violence against primary care physicians--a nationwide questionnaire survey," by F. Vorderwülbecke et al., in the 2015; 112 issue is presented.

    Byrd, Sigman // Saturday Evening Post; 5/20/1939, Vol. 211 Issue 47, p30 

    The article presents the short story "Whistling Girl," by Sigman Byrd.

  • Scale for the prediction of aggression and dangerousness in psychotic patients, an introduction.
    Bjorkly, Stal // Psychological Reports; Dec93 Part 2, Vol. 73 Issue 3s, p13631 

    Describes the design and theoretical bases of the Scale for the Prediction of Aggression and Dangerousness in Psychotic Patients (PAD). Scale based on an interactional understanding of aggressive behavior in psychotic patients; Detailed analyses of each patient's situational and interactional...

  • The words' aggression in the election materials.
    Prohorova, Y. A. // Current Issues of Russian Law; 2010, Vol. 2010 Issue 2, p479 

    No abstract available.

  • A 'Dark Side' of Communication Avoidance: Indirect Interpersonal Aggressiveness.
    Beatty, Michael J.; Valencic, Kristin Marie; Rudd, Jill E.; Dobos, Jean A. // Communication Research Reports; Spring1999, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p103 

    Presents a study which identified the different forms of indirect interpersonal aggressiveness. Background to the study; Procedures; Results and discussion.

  • Journal of Experimental Social Psychology: 'Self-distancing' can help people calm aggressive reactions, study finds.
    Beatty, Michael J.; Valencic, Kristin Marie; Rudd, Jill E.; Dobos, Jean A. // Biomedical Market Newsletter; 7/19/2012, Vol. 21, p1 

    The article focuses on the concept of self distancing that help people in calming their aggressive reactions.

  • Bondi, Beirut and the big lie.
    Lumby, Catharine // Bulletin with Newsweek; 04/04/2000, Vol. 118 Issue 6218, p30 

    Comments on a `Sydney Morning Herald' article claiming that groups of aggressive young Lebanese men were causing trouble in Australia's Bondi Beach. Highlights of the article; Symbolic subtext of the article; Comparison of the framing of this and other stories about antisocial behavior by young...

  • Don't Look and It Will Go Away: YA Books—A Key to Uncovering the Invisible Problem of Bullying.
    Bott, C. J.; Garden, Nancy; Jones, Patrick; Peters, Julie Ann // ALAN Review; Winter2007, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p44 

    The article presents a discussion on problem of bullying adapted from a panel discussion workshop at the 2006 ALAN Workshop in Nashville, Tennessee in November 20, 2006.

  • you talkin' to me?
    Chipley, Abigail // Vegetarian Times; Dec2000, Issue 280, p17 

    Reveals that aggressive men have more cells which fight infection that gentler men.

  • Bully for the Bullied Victims: A Japan-U.S. Cross-Cultural Test of a Mediational Model of Appraisal, Social Support, and Adaptation (MASA).
    Matsunaga, Masaki // Conference Papers -- National Communication Association; 2008, p1 

    The current study undertook the challenge to address one frustrating issue in the bullying literature: Although disclosing one's victimized status is known to provide an effective coping strategy for victims, the working mechanism of such disclosure is yet to be clarified. To explore this...

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