WSU PSYCH 350 - Aggression (2 pages)

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Washington State University
Psych 350 - Social Psychology

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Psych 350 1st Edition Lecture 21 Outline of Last Lecture I Companionate Love II Keys to a happy marriage Outline of Current Lecture I Aggression II Types of Aggression III Culture and Aggression IV Gender and Aggression Current Lecture I Aggression a What is aggression II Aggression is defined as behavior that is intended to harm another individual Types of Aggression a Instrumental aggression Harm is inflicted as a means to a desired end b Emotional aggression III Harm is inflicted for its own sake Culture and Aggression These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute a Cultures differ in attitude toward various kinds of aggression b Some are nonviolent c Individualistic vs Collectivistic d Cultures differ in aggression involving children e Bullying IV Bullying of students by other students pervasive around the world Gender and Aggression a Universal findings that men are more violent than women b Differences stable over time and place c Boys tend to be more overtly aggressive d Girls often are more indirectly or relationally aggressive e Link to testosterone

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