Aggression

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In what type of aggression is the main aim to harm an individual
hostile aggression
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What is the correct definition for channeled aggression/assertion
Using forceful behaviour in order to complete a skill succesfully
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What is a correct example of assertion
A rugby player performing a tackle
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What is the name of the theory that relates to the 'death instinct'
Instinct theory
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What does the instinct theory state about the build up of aggression
It must be released
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What is the instinct theory based on
Trait
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With regards to the social learning theory of aggression, what is aggression affected by?
Culture, aggressive role models
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What is the frustration Aggression theory stimulated by
A goal being blocked, triggering the aggressive gene
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Frustration Aggression theory- Is this especially affected by a task or ego goal being blocked?
Yes
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What is the name of the successful release of aggression
Cathartic release
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What happens if aggression is punished and fails
Aggression will build up
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Would the frustration aggression theory be described as...
Interactionist
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In the aggression cue hypothesis, what leads to an increase in arousal
Environmental cues
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In the aggression cue hypothesis, what does frustration do
Stinultes readiness for aggression
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Name a method of somatic arousal
Breathing slow
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How can an aggressive S-R bond weakened
Postive reinforcement of non-aggressive behaviour
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Can positive attribution decrease aggression
Yes
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Are task or ego orientate players more likely to be aggressive
Ego, because they are more likey to cheat
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