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Bandura
Offered rewards to those who imitated model. Learning takes place regardless of reinforcement
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Phillips
Homicide rates increased a week after boxing match
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Wolfgang
Some cultures have non-aggressive models, but aggressive individuals. Individual differences, selective reinforcement and context dependent learning
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Zimbardo
Stanford Prison experiments. Guards deindividuated, uniforms and reflective sunglasses. Prisoners wore bags and were given numbers
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Mann
'' The baiting crowd' people encouraged suicides when the crowd was large, the person was a distance away and at night
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Mullen
Lynchings were more violent as the crowd size increased. Self- regulation process broke down.
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Spivey
pro-social effects of deindividuation.When a pro-social model was present, less anti-social eats were performed
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Cannavalle et al
Males and females behaved differently under deindividuation, males more prone
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Rayleigh
Monkeys with low serotonin in diet were more aggressive
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Ferrai et al
Rats fought for 10 days. Increased DA activity
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Kruez and Rose
Found no difference in testosterone levels in fighting and non-fighting prisoners
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Shackelford
Men who'd sexually coerced thought partner has been unfaithful
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Hardy
Murder isn't evolutionary. Best option at that point in time
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Harer and Steffenmeiser
Black inmates had high rates of violent behaviour, and lower rates or alcohol and drug related misconnduct than white
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McCorkle
Overcrowding, lack of privacy and meaningful activity increase violence
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Kane and Janus
long periods of unemployment, lack of education and a serious criminal record correlated with agrression
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McCorkle et al
examined individual and collective acts of aggression didn't adequately explain prison violence rates
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Cases
Mice genetically engineered to lack MAOA gene were more aggressive
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Moffit
Males who had MAOA gene and were abused were 9* more likely to be aggressive
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Brunner
Large families who'd had mutant genes were mentally retarded and aggressive
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Miles and Carcy
Twin study, Concordance rate 50%
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Bandura replication
No difference between Mz and Dz twins
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Morris
Ritualistic and territorial behaviour
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Dunning
Agression at matches is violence and leads to death
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Palmer and Tilley
Aggressive displays, scars and mutilation demonstrate commitment to a group
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LeBlanc
warfare and aggression aren't result of biological compulsions, but are a response to environmental changes
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'' The baiting crowd' people encouraged suicides when the crowd was large, the person was a distance away and at night

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