Citations with the tag: AGGRESSION (Psychology)

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  • Angry drivers dominating roadways: Poll.
     // Jet; 09/22/97, Vol. 92 Issue 18, p8 

    Announces that seventy-four percent of United States citizens believe that people drive more aggressively as of September 22, 1997 than they did five years ago, according to a USA Today/CNN/Gallup Poll. What the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration attributes the increase in...

  • Maledicta; an international journal of verbal aggression (Book Review).
    Katz, Bill // Library Journal; 11/1/1977, Vol. 102 Issue 19, p2223 

    Reviews the periodical 'Maledicta: An International Journal of Verbal Aggression.'

  • Fight! Fight! Fight!
    Bartz, Andrea // Psychology Today; 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...

  • LORENZ AND THE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF THE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY.
    Urey, Harold C. // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists; Apr1967, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p35 

    A letter to the editor is presented in response to an open letter for Konrad Lorenz, author, on the problems of aggression by Eugene Rabinowitch in the November 1966 issue.

  • Untitled.
    McPherson, Sandra B. // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists; Apr1967, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p36 

    A letter to the editor is presented in response to an article "Open Letter to Konrad Lorenz" in the November 1966 issue.

  • The Gestalt Profession: An Open System.
    FISCHER, SUSAN L. // Gestalt Review; 2013, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p210 

    An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including psychotherapy, aggression and human experience.

  • Am I Too Assertive?
    Goldberg, Billy; Leyner, Mark // Best Life; Nov2008, Vol. 5 Issue 9, p92 

    The article provides an answer to a question concerning male aggression.

  • Neuropsychopharmacology of Pathological Aggression and Sexuality.
    Keegan, David L // Canadian Journal of Psychiatry; Feb2001, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p24 

    Editorial. Deals with pathological aggression, violence, and sexual deviancy. Major human drives that societies attempt to mold as they move toward optimal socialization; Stigma of criminalization for the perpetrators; Development of forensic mental health and psychiatry; Neurobiological basis...

  • Keralites remember Iraqi aggression in Kuwait.
    Keegan, David L // South Asian Post; 8/8/2013, p20 

    The article presents information on the resident of Kerala, India who have remembered the Iraqi aggression in Kuwait.

  • URBAN LEGENDS.
    TIMPSON, ANT // Metro (NZ); Mar2011, Issue 351, p138 

    The article offers information on the growing aggression among teenagers in New Zealand.

  • Your Questions, Our Answers.
    Scharf, Rhonda // OfficePro; Nov/Dec2013, Vol. 73 Issue 7, p28 

    The article provides an answer to a question of how to deal an aggressive and intimidating personality, wherein, the person is unaware that she/he has such type of behavior.

  • Tranquilizers Causing Aggression.
    Scharf, Rhonda // British Medical Journal; 1/18/1975, Vol. 1 Issue 5950, p113 

    Reports the ability of benzodiazepine drugs to enhance aggressive behavior. Influence of group interaction on the effect of benzodiazepines; Theories of the hostile behavior of patients taking chlordiazepoxide; Implication of the findings for prescribing minor tranquilizers.

  • Character Lessons.
    Scharf, Rhonda // Scholastic News -- Edition 4; 1/28/2008, Vol. 70 Issue 14, p8 

    A quiz about how to manage bullying is presented.

  • Does the `aggressive gene' lurk in a Dutch family?
    Mestel, Rosie // New Scientist; 10/30/93, Vol. 140 Issue 1897, p6 

    Reports on a finding from a Netherlands research team on the cause of violence running through a Dutch family for several decades. Defect in a gene crucial for proper brain chemistry; Propensity of male members of the family to be mildly mentally retarded; Males as prone to aggressive,...

  • mad tv.
    Mestel, Rosie // Baby Talk; Jul2010, Vol. 75 Issue 5, p18 

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

  • THE GOOD FIGHT.
    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.

  • Human aggressiveness and escape responding: Effects of provocation frequency.
    Cherek, Don R.; Spiga, R. // Psychological Record; Winter91, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p3 

    Discusses the results of a study on the effect of point loss frequency on aggressive and escape responding. Finding that escape responding increased as a function of increased provocation frequency for all subjects; Effect of order of exposure on frequency of aggressive and escape responding.

  • The relationship between provocation frequency and human aggressive responding.
    Cherek, Don R.; Dougherty, Donald M. // Psychological Record; Summer97, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p357 

    Examines the relationship between provocation frequency and human aggressive responding. Duration of provocation-free intervals; Consistency of the findings on nonhuman studies; Similarity between natural environment and laboratory aggressive responses.

  • Aggressive responding in the laboratory maintained by the initiation of a provocation-free interval.
    DOUGHERTY, DONALD M.; CHEREK, DON R.; LANE, SCOTT D. // Psychological Record; Fall98, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p591 

    Presents information on a study which demonstrated the importance of the consequences of aggressive responding in determining the probability of an aggressive response following provocation. How agreesive and escape responses occur in both human and nonhumans; Details on the point substraction...

  • AFFILIATION, FLIRTING, AND FUN: MOCK AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR IN COLLEGE STUDENTS.
    Ballard, Mary E.; Green, Shavonda; Granger, Caroline // Psychological Record; Winter2003, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p33 

    Deals with a study which examined mock aggression, the behavior that appears aggressive but lacks intent to harm, among emerging adults. Methods; Results and discussion; Conclusion.

  • Self injury and mental handicap.
    Dale, P.G. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition); 12/5/1987, Vol. 295 Issue 6611, p1487 

    Focuses on the Lithium as a means of treating patients with aggression. Forms of aggression; Patients capable of self mutilation and suicide; Effects of lithium on aggressive patients.

  • “If My Bullies Could See Me Now!”.
    Dale, P.G. // Glamour; Jul2012, Vol. 110 Issue 7, p95 

    An essay is presented about bullying in school in the U.S. The author shares her experience of being a student from Seoul, South Korea in an English as a Second Language (ESL) class. According to the author, she had a Vietnamese classmate named Yuk-Fong, who was being made fun by their...

  • Repeated alcohol: behavioral sensitization and alcohol-heightened aggression in mice.
    Fish, Eric W.; DeBold, Joseph F.; Miczek, Klaus A. // Psychopharmacology; 2002, Vol. 160 Issue 1, p39 

    Abstract Rationale: Repeated administration of psycho-motor stimulants or opiates can induce behavioral sensi-tization, typically detected as progressive and long-last-ing increases in the motor-activating effects of these drugs. This phenomenon may be relevant to seizure sus-ceptibility, ...

  • Aggression Escalated by Social Instigation or by Discontinuation of Reinforcement (“Frustration”) in Mice: Inhibition by Anpirtoline: A 5-HT1B Receptor Agonist.
    de Almeida, Rosa M.M.; Miczek, Klaus A. // Neuropsychopharmacology; Aug2002, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p171 

    Experiments with social instigation or the omission of scheduled reinforcement show that serotonergic mechanisms may be involved in escalated aggression in animals. 5-HT1B receptor agonists have anti-aggressive effects in individuals who show moderate as well as high levels of aggression. The...

  • DO YOU SHUT UP OR SHOUT OUT?
    de Almeida, Rosa M.M.; Miczek, Klaus A. // Dolly; Aug2006, Issue 430, p96 

    A quiz concerning bullying is presented.

  • DEVELOPMENT OF THE OVERT-COVERT AGGRESSION INVENTORY.
    Miyazaki, Takao; Komaki, Gen; Tsuboi, Hirohito; Kobayashi, Fumio; Shimizu, Takahiro; Fujita, Osamu; Kawamura, Noriyuki // Psychological Reports; Aug2003, Vol. 93 Issue 1, p26 

    Studies the expression of anger in Japanese people in relation to other races. Development of the Overt-Covert Aggression Inventory; Assessment of the aggressive behavior of Japanese people; Examination of internal consistency, test-retest reliability, concurrent validity and construct validity.

  • A manager's guide to keeping on track….
    Miyazaki, Takao; Komaki, Gen; Tsuboi, Hirohito; Kobayashi, Fumio; Shimizu, Takahiro; Fujita, Osamu; Kawamura, Noriyuki // 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.

  • Over-aggressiveness can be business detriment.
    Culp, Mildred // San Diego Business Journal; 02/14/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p47 

    Identifies overly aggressive behavior of an employee and its impact on a business. Making binding commitments on behalf of many, without consulting or involving them; being outspoken on one's own opinions, beliefs, perceptions and solutions without regard for the effect on others;...

  • Grace and Imagination: From Fear to Freedom.
    Rich, William // Journal of Religion & Health; Mar2001, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p213 

    Creative use of our imagination is essential if we are to live a vibrant life. Although our use of imagination is often blocked by various fears, D. W. Winnicott's insights into play, aggression, and the use of transitional objects open up paths towards greater freedom. The sacred texts,...

  • LABORATORY AGGRESSION WHERE THE VICTIM IS A SMALL DOG.
    Larsen, Knud s.; Ashlock, Jim; Carroll, Chris; Foote, Susan; Feeler, John; Keller, Ernest; Seese, Gordon; Watkins, Dave // Social Behavior & Personality: an international journal; 1974, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p174 

    Studies the willingness of subjects to punish human beings by shocking a supposed victim after the victim made a wrong choice in a learning paradigm. Importance of situational pressures in producing varying levels of laboratory aggression; Absence of difference in the shocking levels...

  • 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...

  • KARATE AND AGGRESSIVENESS AMONG EIGHT-YEAR-OLD BOYS.
    Reynes, Eric; Lorant, Jean // Perceptual & Motor Skills; Jun2002 Part 1, Vol. 94 Issue 3, p1041 

    Analyzes the aggressiveness of boys on karate training. Mean ratings of the boys on the Buss-Perry Aggression Questionnaire; Absence of variation for aggressiveness on karate training among the subjects; Observation of aggressiveness to karate and judo training among the subjects.

  • JUDO TRAINING AND AGGRESSION: COMMENT ON REYNES AND LORANT.
    Nosanchuk, T.A.; Lamarre, Brian W. // Perceptual & Motor Skills; Jun2002 Part 1, Vol. 94 Issue 3, p1057 

    Comments on the article discussing on judo training and aggression. Implication for the longitudinal study on aggression; Methodological problems of the study affecting the results; Impression on the results of the study.

  • Journal of Experimental Social Psychology: 'Self-distancing' can help people calm aggressive reactions, study finds.
    Nosanchuk, T.A.; Lamarre, Brian W. // 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.

  • EMOCIONES DE AGRESORES Y V�CTIMAS DE CYBERBULLYING: UN ESTUDIO PRELIMINAR EN ESTUDIANTES DE SECUNDARIA.
    Ortega, Rosario; Elipe, Paz; Calmaestra, Juan // Ansiedad y Estr�s; Dec2009, Vol. 15 Issue 2/3, p151 

    Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have generated new forms of communication. As in traditional communication scenarios, potentially harmful relational dynamics, such as intimidation and harassment between peers (cyberbullying), may develop in these scenarios. In addition, some of...

  • FACTORS OF INTERPERSONAL AGGRESSION PREVENTION IN POLISH ADOLESCENTS -- PERSONALITY AND SYSTEM OF VALUES.
    Kossewska, Joanna // Special Education; 2009, Issue 1, p35 

    Shalom Schwartz defined the core values "as desirable, trans-situational goals, varying in importance that serve as guiding principles in people's lives". The value types proposed by Schwartz were as follows: power, achievement, hedonism, stimulation, self-direction, universalism, benevolence,...

  • Study of Patterns of Homicidal Death during Post Mortem Examination Conducted in V.S. General Hospital.
    Solanki, Uttamkumar M.; Modi, Kamesh A.; Algotar, Gaurang N.; Patel, Reekee N.; Parekh, Utsav N.; Vaghela, Digvijay R.; Patel, Pratik R. // Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology; Jul-Dec2013, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p172 

    Background: Homicide is killing of human being by another human being, which is one of the oldest crimes in human civilization. It started from the murder of Abel by the hands of Cane. Violence is a significant public health problem and homicide is severest form of violence, depriving a human...

  • The Influence of Cognitive Processes on the Manifestation of Aggressiveness in Childhood.
    Dubinko, N.A. // Russian Education & Society; Jun2001, Vol. 43 Issue 6, p27 

    Determines why certain children are often aggressive in interacting with others around them. Method of cognitive processing of information and its interpretation, by children having high and low levels of aggression; Manifestation of different types of aggression by children in daily life;...

  • Accurate identification of childhood aggression: A key to successful intervention.
    Brown, Kimberlee S.; Parsons, Richard D. // Professional School Counseling; Dec98, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p135 

    Emphasizes the need for an early intervention with childhood aggression. Factors associated with childhood aggression; Explanation on the ineffectiveness of some intervention programs; Types of student aggression; Implications for counselors.

  • Title List.
    Brown, Kimberlee S.; Parsons, Richard D. // Youth with Eating Disorders: When Food Is an Enemy; 2008, p2 

    A list of books related to youth with mental, physical and social challenges is presented which include "Youth Coping with Teen Pregnancy: Growing Up Fast," "Youth Who Are Gifted: Integrating Talents and Intelligence" and "Youth with Aggression Issues: Bullying and Violence."

  • Title List.
    Brown, Kimberlee S.; Parsons, Richard D. // Youth with HIV/AIDS: Living with the Diagnosis; 2008, p2 

    This section presents a list of books on youth with mental, physical and social challenges, including "Youth Coping With Teen Pregnancy: Growing Up Fast," "Youth Who Are Gifted: Integrating Talents and Intelligence" and "Youth With Aggression Issues: Bullying and Violence."

  • A Family in Crisis: Replacing the Aggressive Behavior of a Child with Autism Toward an Infant Sibling.
    Barry, Leasha M.; Singer, George H. S. // Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions; Winter2001, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p28 

    Examines the replacement of the aggressive behavior of a child with autism toward an infant sibling. Early sibling interactions between children with disabilities and their brothers and sisters; Creation of elevated stress on parents; Parent-implemented intervention.

  • Risk Factors and Behaviors Associated With Adolescent Violence and Aggression.
    Valois, Robert F.; MacDonald, John M.; Bretous, Lena; Fischer, Megan A.; Drane, J. Wanzer // American Journal of Health Behavior; Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p454 

    Objective: To explore risk factors and behaviors associated with aggressive and violent behaviors among adolescents. Methods: A comprehensive review of research literature from various disciplines associated with improving the health and well-being of adolescents. Results: Risk factors and...

  • Multiple Choice.
    Valois, Robert F.; MacDonald, John M.; Bretous, Lena; Fischer, Megan A.; Drane, J. Wanzer // Operations & Fulfillment; Feb2002, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p8 

    Presents sample questions from the Conditional Reasoning Test of Aggression.

  • Identifying aggressive victims in Chinese children's peer groups.
    Yiyuan Xu; Farver, Jo Ann M.; Schwartz, David; Lei Chang // International Journal of Behavioral Development; May2003, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p243 

    This study investigated the behavioural profiles and psychosocial adjustment of aggressive victims in Chinese children's peer groups. Participants were 294 elementary school students in Tianjin, PR China (mean age 11.5 years). Peers' nominations and teachers' ratings were combined to form...

  • Pathways to aggression in young, highly stressed urban children.
    Sutton, Sara E.; Cowen, Emory L.; Crean, Hugh F.; Wyman, Peter A. // Child Study Journal; 1999, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p49 

    The structural equation model testing pathways to aggression included six latent constructs: Parent characteristics, child IQ, peer social skills, learning problems, and T[sub 1] and T[sub 2] aggression. T[sub 1] aggression was the only direct predictor of T[sub 2] aggression. Parent variables...

  • MECHANISMS BY WHICH FAMILY PROCESSES CONTRIBUTE TO SCHOOL-AGE BOYS' BULLYING.
    Curtner-Smith, Mary Elizabeth // Child Study Journal; 2000, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p169 

    Examines the direct and indirect influences of maternal characteristics and family processes on school-age boys' bullying behavior. Characteristics of bullies; Characteristics of parents of bullies; Data on the intercorrelations between modeling variables, conditioning variables and setting the...

  • Improving the Success of Anti-Bullying Intervention Programs: A Tool for Matching Programs with Purposes.
    Carey, Timothy A. // International Journal of Reality Therapy; Spring2003, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p16 

    Many definitions of bullying include a statement about the intent behind the bullying behavior. However, when bullying behavior is assessed or is the focus of intervention programs, the intent or purpose of students who bully is given little consideration. Thus, there appears to be a discrepancy...

  • Aggression and violence by school-age children and youth:...
    Myles, Brenda Smith; Simpson, Richard L. // Intervention in School & Clinic; May98, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p259 

    Discusses issues on student aggression and violence in the United States. Information on the national survey conducted by pollster Louis Harris for the Harvard University School of Public Health; Possible reasons for increased student aggression and violence; Behavioral pattern exhibited by...

  • Bullying in school: are short pupils at risk? Questionnaire study in a cohort.
    Voss, Linda D.; Mulligan, Jean // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 03/04/2000, Vol. 320 Issue 7235, p612 

    Presents information on a study which explored the psychological effect of bullying in schools. Subjects, methods, and results; Comment.

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