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physical or verbal behavior intended to hurt someone
aggression driven by anger and performed as an end in itself
aggression that is a means to some other end.
an innate, unlearned behavior pattern exhibited by sall members of one species
the theory that frustration triggers a readiness to aggress
the blocking of goal-directed behavior
the redirection of aggression to a target othen that the source of the frustration. generally, the new target is a safer or more socially acceptable target.
the perception that one is less well-off than others iwth whom one compares oneself.
social learning theory
the theory that we learn social behavior by observing and imitating and by being rewarded and punished.
emotional release. the view of aggression is that aggressive drive is reduce when one "releases" aggressive energy, either by acting aggressively or by fantasizing aggression
positive, constructive, helpful social behavior; the opposite of antisocial behavior
culturally provided mental instructions for how to act in various situations