Aggression in Sport

Instinct Theory
Aggressive behaviour is inherited. Aggression builds up and if not released (catharsis) will be directed inwards.
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Frustration-Aggression Theory
Frustration leads to aggression. Aggression increased nearer our goal.
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Social LearningTheory
Social situations influence our attitude towards or away from aggressive behaviours. We learn by observing others- vicarious experience.
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Aggressive Cue Hypothesis
For aggressive behaviour to occour, socially learned cues or stimuli must be present. Objects, Sports, People and Places.
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Deindividuation Theory
Individuals act differently in a crowd they they would do as an individual.
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Frustration leads to aggression. Aggression increased nearer our goal.

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Frustration-Aggression Theory

Card 3

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Social situations influence our attitude towards or away from aggressive behaviours. We learn by observing others- vicarious experience.

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Card 4

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For aggressive behaviour to occour, socially learned cues or stimuli must be present. Objects, Sports, People and Places.

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Card 5

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Individuals act differently in a crowd they they would do as an individual.

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