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Synonyms for aggression

Synonyms for aggression

Synonyms for aggression

a disposition to behave aggressively

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a feeling of hostility that arouses thoughts of attack

violent action that is hostile and usually unprovoked

the act of initiating hostilities

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Councillor Nawaz said: "Aggressive behaviour towards anyone is unacceptable.
Also, low levels of the protein that transports vitamin D in the blood were related to more self-reported aggressive behaviour and anxious/depressed symptoms.
Five others were handed suspensions of one to two years for "abusive language and threatening and aggressive behaviour" in City's 2-0 defeat in December last year.
The researchers then assessed if recent violent game play was positively related to aggressive behaviour in the parents or guardians' accounts.
Thirteen people were suspended in 2016/17 after being accused of: | Assault; | Inappropriate behaviour; | Reputational damage to council; | Contravening statutory policies; | A safeguarding allegation; | Data breach; | Aggressive behaviour; | Failure to follow reasonable instructions.
The findings showed that aggressive behaviour is meant to hurt or harm.
On a revision of delinquent behaviour (Redondo & Andres-Pueyo, 2007) a risk factor survey of these behaviours is carried out, and amongst them appear impulsiveness, irritability and aggressive behaviour as relevant elements in the appearance of social maladjustment.
Steve Barrett, head of car insurance at Churchill, said: "If you're confronted with aggressive behaviour on the roads, then try to continue driving calmly and don't get drawn into an instance of road rage.
It's important to swiftly identify and discipline aggressive behaviour in young children, with "The way parents deal with their toddlers' aggression can either help them grow out of it or perpetuate the cycle beyond early childhood,
It's important to swiftly identify and discipline aggressive behaviour in young children, with age-appropriate punishments such as timeouts.
The new memorandum comes as figures are released for violent or aggressive behaviour towards NHS staff at Cwm Taf Health Board.
It is easier to prove a dog bite claim if the dog has a history of aggressive behaviour and suitable precautions have not been taken to safeguard the public.
Research has continued to document the short-term and long-term negative effects of aggressive behaviour on later social and emotional development.
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