Aggression example sentences



The analysis of responses is based on the type and direction of aggression.Aggression is an expression, and consequence of frustration, i.e. an emotional state that arises when a person is prevented from reaching a goal, or attaining an object that s/he wants.The direction of aggression may be towards the environment, towards oneself, or it may be tuned off in an attempt to gloss over or evade the situation.Individuals may exhibit aggression because they have found it rewarding (for example, hostile aggression allows the aggressive person to get what s/he wants).We should not only reduce aggression, but should also actively develop and maintain peace.Learning of aggression can take place in more than one mode.Her/his intention may be only to start the vehicle and, therefore, this act will not be considered a case of aggression.If a child observes aggression and violence on television, s/he may start imitating that behaviour.Individuals also learn to be aggressive by observing others showing aggression.When interacting with people we notice that some of them seem to be 'naturally' more hottempered, and show more aggression than others.Jung saw human beings guided as much by aims and aspirations as by sex and aggression.Portraying aggression as heroic behaviour should be particularly avoided, because this may set the stage for learning through observation.As expected, frustrated persons did demonstrate more aggression than non-frustrated persons.If a person watches a movie that shows violence, and is then made to feel angry (for example, through insults or threats, physical aggression, or dishonesty) by another person, s/he may be more likely to show aggression than if s/he is not made to feel angry.However, the learning of aggression can be curtailed by creating the appropriate attitude towards the general problem of growing aggression.

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