Psychology; Aggression - Studies

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Bandura
Matched pairs (aggression levels). 1 group; adult aggressive. Other group; adult passive to bobo. Those that saw aggression - more aggressive.
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Walters and Thomas
Replication of Milgram. P's saw non aggressive/aggressive film. Those that saw aggressive film set a higher shock level.
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Zimbardo
Female partcipant's electric shocks - one group bulky clothing, one group bright room/name tags. hooded group - shocks twice as severe.
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Watson
23 war orientated cultures - face painted more likely to torture/kill enemies.
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Zimbardo
Stanford prison experiment
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Bandura
Students told they would work with another school. Either called 'animals' or 'Nice'
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Poole and Regoli
Pre institutional aggression best predictor for prison violence.
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Irwin and Cressey
inmates behaviours= Cultural and Personal characteristics brought by prisioners. Younger/working class/different ethnicities more likely to be aggressive.
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Keller and Wang
Max security prisons most assault on staff.
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Crockett
Fasted. Protein drink. One contained tryptophan (serotonin). Ultimatum game. WIthout tryptophan = more aggressive.
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Davidson et al
Violent criminals = low serotonin compared to non violent.
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McGuffin and Gottesman
Concordance rates aggressive/antisocial behaviour. MZ = 87%, DZ=72%
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Hutchings and Mednic
14,000 adoptions. Denmark. Correlation between no of conviction for violent offences = biological parents (fathers) and sons.
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Brunner
Dutch family with warrior gene. Rape, Arson.
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Vishnavetskaya
tg8 mice. Defect in MAO-A. increased aggression - intruder mice, territorial, predatory, isolation induced aggression. less aggressive to anaesthetised/juvenile mice.
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kreuz and rose
21 adult prisoners. 10 prisoners with high levels of testosterone had history of violent crime.
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Josephs et al
Men and women high in testosterone = loss of status = stressed, confused and anxious. could lead to aggression.
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Buss
37 Cultures. Males valued chastity/faithfulness. Females found emotional infidelity more distressing.
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Day and Wilson
80 Murders. 44 victims husbands, 36 wives. 29% conflicts started by male, woman killed in self defence. 15 husbands convicted of murder, 5 wives.§
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Chagnon
Fighting between Yanomamo (Amazon) concerning access to women. Successful warriors had more wives and children/
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Bosnion War
estimated 50, 000 Muslim women and girls ***** by serbians. Terrorized women and spread serbian blood.
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Cialdini
University football matches. When their University team one - clothes to identify themselves. Used pronoun 'we'.
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Marsh
Football fans may appear violent, but displayed violence does not become physical.
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Replication of Milgram. P's saw non aggressive/aggressive film. Those that saw aggressive film set a higher shock level.

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