Aggression - SS3 - Evolutionary Explanations - Research

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Which 2 psychologists support jealousy?
Shackleford et al and Buss & Shackleford
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What did Shackleford et al (2005) ask men and assess?
About use of retention techniques and assessed how often they performed each of 26 different types of violent act against partners
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What did they ask women?
About partner's use of retention techniques and how violent they were towards them
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What was there a positive correlation found between?
Use of retention techniques and violence scores
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What did results from women confirm?
The use of emotional manipulation as a tactic seemed to predict violence
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What did Buss & Shackleford (1997) find about men who suspected that their wives may be unfaithful over the next year?
They exacted greater punishment than men who did not anticipate future infidelity
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Which 2 psychologists support infidelity?
Camilleri & Quinsey and Tallieu & Brownridge
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What did Camilleri & Quinsey (2009) find about men convicted of ****** their partners?
More likely to have experience cuckoldry risks prior to their offence
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What did Tallieu & Brownridge (2010) find about women abused whilst pregnant?
They were more likely to be carrying the child of a man other than their current mate
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Which 3 psychologists support group display in sport?
Maxwell & Viscek, Caldini et al and Morris
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What did Maxwell & Viscek (2009) find about rugby union players?
Said winning the game was more important than playing fair, many used unsanctioned aggression and learnt how to take others on without it looking like their fault
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What did Caldini et al (1976) find after a university football team had done well?
Students were more likely to wear uni branded clothing and tended to use the pronoun 'we' to describe successful outcomes
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What did Morris (1981) find about the behaviour of Oxford united fans?
Their behaviour was extremely territorial and ritualised
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Which psychologist supports group display in warfare?
Chagnon
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Who did Chagnon (1968) study?
The Yanamo tribe in the Amazon rainforest
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What do the tribe often do?
Form alliances with other villages to increase land
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What does success in battle give them?
Higher status, most who had killed had wives and children and most young men who never killed were not married
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