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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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Co-occurrence of aggressive behavior and depressive symptoms in early adolescence: A longitudinal multi-informant study.
The International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness (IFBB), meanwhile, announced that Magos faced a lifetime ban from the sport due to his 'disrespectful and aggressive behavior.
significant anxiety and depressive symptoms) contribute to aggressive behavior in male inpatients with schizophrenia.
However, despite important advances in research on aggressive behavior in the family and school environments (McCartney et al.
ESDs administer electrical shocks through electrodes attached to the skin of individuals to attempt to condition them to stop engaging in self-injurious or aggressive behavior.
Aggressive behavior can be comprehended as any behavior intended to inflict harm on someone or damage something (Berkowitz 1993; Dodge & Coie 1987).
Aggressive behavior is more common and stronger in early-school-age children, i.
Aggressive behavior in poultry--a major welfare concern in the egg production industry--increases stress, feather pecking, and bodily injury, which can lead to cannibalism.
Problems associated to aggressive post-mixing aggressive behavior include reduced body mass and poor meat quality (Stookey and Gonyou, 1994).
Determine if the aggressive behavior is impulsive/reactive or if it is planned/predatory.
In a statistical analysis, Bushman found that participants' implicit attitudes that blacks are violent was linked to their actual aggressive behavior after the game was turned off.
Craig Anderson, co-author of the report, said that violent video games model physical aggression and they also reward players for being alert to hostile intentions and for using aggressive behavior to solve conflicts.
The highly aggressive behavior of a mucosal ASCC arising in the oral cavity has been recently reported.
Because of the lack of human pilots, drones may increase aggressive behavior among controllers, suggests Parker.