Human Aggression (Mapping Social Psychology)
- Publish Date: 2001-11-09
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Russell G. Geen
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- What sort of conditions provoke aggressive behaviour among humans?
- Why are some people more aggressive than others?
- How do normal human characteristics like thoughts and feelings enter into aggressive behaviour?
The second edition includes new material on the difference between proactive versus reactive aggression, on social information-processing, and on the effects of violent games. It also pays increased attention to instrumental versus affective aggression, to age, sex and personality as moderators, and to the impact of aggression on everyday life.
In all, the book provides an accessible text for students of psychology and others interested in obtaining a concise overview of research and theory on human aggression and violence.
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