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The making of human aggression
|Statement||edited by Herbert Selg ; [translated from the German by Arnold Pomerans] ; with a foreword by Bob Green.|
|LC Classifications||BF575.A3 S4313 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 202 p. :|
|Number of Pages||202|
|LC Control Number||75317210|
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The making of human aggression;: A psychological approach Unknown Binding – January 1, by Herbert Selg (Author)Author: Herbert Selg. The making of human aggression: A psychological approach Hardcover – by Herbert Selg (Author)Author: Herbert Selg. Human Aggression book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
This revised edition includes new chapters on the development of aggressi 4/5. This German import provides an intelligent, thorough survey of the literature on aggression as well as a broad conceptual overview of the subject.
The various authors consider (and ultimately reject) the three principal current theories: the ""frustration-aggression hypothesis"" which links hostility to wish-denial; Freud's theory of an innate offensive instinct; and the physiological-basis postulate.
Originally published in the early s, HUMAN DESTRUCTIVENESS has been completely revised by the author to reflect the most up-to-date research This ground-breaking work by world-renowned psychiatrist Anthony Storr, author of the widely acclaimed SOLITUDE, focuses on one of the most disturbing aspects of human behavior: our virutally unlimited capacity to inflict cruelty/5.
Human Aggression brings together internationally recognized experts discussing the most current psychological research on the causes and prevention of aggression.
Scholars, policy makers, practitioners, and those generally concerned with the growing issue of aggression find this a much needed reference work. The fully revised and updated edition of this successful book offers a brief introduction to the psychology of human aggression.
Aggression is defined as an act of intentional harm inflicted on another person in response to some provoking circumstance, through a process involving thought, feeling, judgement and motivation. Research on human aggression has progressed to a point at which a unifying framework is needed.
Major domain-limited theories of aggression include cognitive neoassociation, social learning. First, according to evolutionary psychology, all human behavior is a product of mechanisms internal to the person, in conjunction with inputs that trigger the activation of those mechanisms.
human aggression, which were originally published in several scientific journals and books during the last quarter of century.
Most of them were in English, with the exception of a few ones, which appeared in several Japanese journals. In this comprehensive book, editors Phillip R. Shaver and Mario Mikulincer have assembled chapters from international experts to provide a broad-based and multidisciplinary analysis of aggression and violence, their negative consequences, and promising : The making of human aggression: a psychological approach.
London: Quartet Books. MLA Citation. Selg, Herbert. and Pomerans, Arnold. and Selg, Herbert. The making of human aggression: a psychological approach / edited by Herbert Selg ; [translated from the German by Arnold Pomerans] ; with a foreword by Bob Green Quartet Books London Description: This book provides an impressive, well-rounded, authoritative overview of the latest research and theory about human aggression.
Written by a diverse phalanx of highly respected experts, from evolutionary psychologists and behavioral geneticists to developmental, social, and clinical psychologists, the chapters offer a rich.
Evolution and Human Aggression single form. Following these dismissals, textbook writers proceed to spend the bulk of of human behavior. This is a trivial truism, but the basic point is often obscured by books, leather jackets, or designer sneakers from other children (Olweus, ).
Childhood aggression isFile Size: 1MB. This revised edition includes new chapters on the development of aggression, biological bases of aggressive behavior, and aggression in natural settings; and extensive updates of the 4/5(3).
Get this from a library. The making of human aggression: a psychological approach. [Herbert Selg]. Key Words violence, harm, theory, general aggression model Abstract Research on human aggression has progressed to a point at which a unifying framework is needed.
Major domain-limited theories of aggression include cognitiveneoassociation,sociallearning,socialinteraction,script,andexcitationtrans-fer Size: KB. Human aggression is viewed from four explanatory perspectives, derived from the ethological tradition. The first consists of its adaptive value, which can be seen throughout the animal kingdom, involving resource competition and protection of the self and offspring, which has Cited by: Human aggression is innate; others say that it has biological g at the biological standpoint, similarities between non-primate, animal aggression and human aggression seem to present that human aggression stemmed from animal terone levels in animals, which are related to aggression, also seem to contribute in the aggressive behavior of animals.
Book description. Drawing upon international expertise, and including some of the most well-known academics and practitioners in the field, The Routledge International Handbook of Human Aggression is the first reference work to fully capture how our understanding of aggression has been refined and reconceptualised in recent years.
Divided into five sections, the handbook covers some of the. For example, women may express their aggression covertly, for example, by communication that impairs the social standing of another person. Another theory that explains one of the functions of human aggression is frustration aggression theory (Dollard, Doob, Miller, Mowrer, & Sears, ).
This theory states that when humans are prevented from.Each theory may be accurate in part, since aggression is believed to have a number of determining factors. See J. Archer and K.
Brown, ed., Human Aggression (); R. A. Baron and D. R. Richardson, Human Aggression ().This book teaches positive behaviors by teaching and encouraging the concept of ‘bucket filling’: expressing kindness and love to others.
This book shows kids how to always do the right thing, even in challenging situations.