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Aggression

Aggression - 93 edition

Aggression - 93 edition

ISBN13: 9780070048744

ISBN10: 0070048746

Aggression by Leonard Berkowitz - ISBN 9780070048744
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 93
Copyright: 1993
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company
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Aggression by Leonard Berkowitz - ISBN 9780070048744

ISBN13: 9780070048744

ISBN10: 0070048746

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 93

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Summary

Written by an internationally known leader in the empirical investigation of the psychology of aggression, this book focuses primarily on the social psychology of aggressive behaviors. Employing a clear and accessible style to present a critical evaluation of the host of theories about the ``whys'' of aggression, it provides valuable insights into the reasons for and possible prevention of one of the most pressing problems in our society.

Author Bio

Berkowitz, Leonard : University of Wisconsin, Madison

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1: The Problem of Aggression

PART ONE: EMOTIONAL AGGRESSION

CHAPTER 2: Effects of Frustration
CHAPTER 3: We're Nasty When We Feel Bad
CHAPTER 4: Does Thinking Make It So?

PART TWO: AGGRESSIVE PERSONALITIES

CHAPTER 5: The Identification of the Violence Prone
CHAPTER 6: The Development of Violence Proneness

PART THREE: VIOLENCE IN SOCIETY

CHAPTER 7: Violence in the Media
CHAPTER 8: Domestic Violence
CHAPTER 9: Murder

PART FOUR: CONTROLLING AGGRESSION

CHAPTER 10: Punishment and Societal Control
CHAPTER 11: Psychological Procedure

PART FIVE: SOME SPECIAL QUESTION

CHAPTER 12: Biology and Aggression
CHAPTER 13: Aggression in the Laborator

PART SIX: CONCLUSION

CHAPTER 14: Some Lessons to be Draw