aggression: a social psychological analysis

By: Language: English Series: mcgraw-hill series in psychology | harlow, harry f. (ed.) | garmezy, norman (ed.) | jones, lyle v. (ed.) | et alPublication details: new york, toronto, london : mcgraw-hill book company 1962Edition: 1. edDescription: xv, 361 pp
Contents:
from the table of contents: instinct conceptions of aggression; the frustration-aggression hypothesis; situational determinants of the strength of the instigation to aggression; the inhibition of aggressive acts; the nature and target of the aggressive response; intergroup hostility: i. displacement reactions; intergroup hostility: ii. situational conditions enhancing or reducing conflict; catharsis; violence in the mass media; the operation and development of aggressive personalities; aggression in crime, homicides, and suicides;
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from the table of contents: instinct conceptions of aggression; the frustration-aggression hypothesis; situational determinants of the strength of the instigation to aggression; the inhibition of aggressive acts; the nature and target of the aggressive response; intergroup hostility: i. displacement reactions; intergroup hostility: ii. situational conditions enhancing or reducing conflict; catharsis; violence in the mass media; the operation and development of aggressive personalities; aggression in crime, homicides, and suicides;

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