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What does the frustration-aggression hypothesis in social psychology suggest?
That people (or other animals) tend to become aggressive when they do not achieve a goal that they have been accustomed to achieving.
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The frustration-aggression hypothesis makes a predication that might fit many....
Different situations
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Have many experiments been performed to test the frustration-aggression hypothesis under different conditions?
Yes
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Even though the frameworks that most psychologists construct fall short of constituting theories, they serve a similar function by...
Stimulating researchers to think about old problems in new ways and by showing how findings that did not appear to be related to each other can be explained by a single concept.
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Explain David and Sutton 1995 recent theory of emotional experience
Suggests that increases or decreases in the left and right front part of the brain are associated with positive and negative emotions, reflecting a tendency to 'withdraw' or 'approach' a stimulus.
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