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Aggression – Social Behavior (PSY)

by Tarry Ahuja, MD
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    The lecture Aggression – Social Behavior (PSY) by Tarry Ahuja, MD is from the course Social Interactions.


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    1. Any form of behavior that is intended to harm another person, oneself, or an object.
    2. Hostile behavior that is intended to harm another person, oneself, or an object.
    3. Frustrating behavior that is intended to harm another person, oneself, or an object.
    4. Frustrating and hostile behavior that is intended to harm another person, oneself, or an object.
    5. The blocking of goal-directed behavior that is intended to harm another person, oneself, or an object.
    1. Frustration is the blocking of goals directed behavior which tends to generate aggressive behavior.
    2. Redirection of aggression is to target other than frustration source.
    3. Frustration produces aggressive and anger responses when blocking of goal attainment is intentional.
    4. Frustration and anger arises from a gap between aspirations/expectation and goal attainments.
    5. Anger is triggered by frustration, the goal of which is to cause injury or death to the victim and is often impulsive and irrational.

    Author of lecture Aggression – Social Behavior (PSY)

     Tarry Ahuja, MD

    Tarry Ahuja, MD


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