Hormonal factors in aggressive behaviour: adrenaline

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Psychology unit 3 aggression revision
Hormonal factors in aggressive behaviour: adrenaline
There is evidence that adrenaline is involved in aggression as for acute stress, it
prepares the body to either fight or run away from a stressor. Additionally
overtime, adrenaline will also trigger the release of ACTH which causes
aggression.

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