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نتایج جستجو برای Physical Aggression

تعداد نتایج: 564029  
Ehsan Kazemnejad Leili, Mahshid Mirzaie, Maryam Rostami, Rasul Tabari, Somayeh Shirkosh,

Background: childhood aggression, particularly in preschoolers, is one of the most common behavioral problems throughout the world. Therefore, it is important to identify the predictors of this problem. This study was conducted to determine the predictors of physical and verbal aggression in preschoolers. Methods: This descriptive cross-sectional study was conducted on preschoolers in Rasht ...

Journal: :Personality & social psychology bulletin 2009
Jennifer K Bosson, Joseph A Vandello, Rochelle M Burnaford, Jonathan R Weaver, S Arzu Wasti,

The results of three experiments demonstrate that physically aggressive displays are part of men's cultural script for restoring threatened gender status. In Studies 1 and 2, challenges to men's gender status elicited heightened physically aggressive displays, including punching a pad with greater force and selecting an aggressive boxing activity over a nonaggressive puzzle activity. Study 3 es...

2004
Debra Henninger,

There is much neurological and cognitive research contributing to explanations of physically aggressive behavior. The brain’s activity and functioning are significant in the determination of reasons for this form of aggressive behavior. Relational aggression is another form of aggression, however, and most research in this area focuses on the social or peer relationship side of relational aggre...

Journal: :Aggressive behavior 2008
Judi Mesman, Lenneke R A Alink, Jantien van Zeijl, Mirjam N Stolk, Marian J Bakermans-Kranenburg, Marinus H van Ijzendoorn, Femmie Juffer, Hans M Koot,

We investigated the reliability and (convergent and discriminant) validity of an observational measure of physical aggression in toddlers and preschoolers, originally developed by Keenan and Shaw [1994]. The observation instrument is based on a developmental definition of aggression. Physical aggression was observed twice in a laboratory setting, the first time when children were 1-3 years old,...

Journal: :Violence and victims 2009
Erika Lawrence, Jeungeun Yoon, Amie Langer, Eunyoe Ro,

The differential effects of psychological and physical victimization on depression and anxiety symptoms were examined via APIM and growth curve modeling techniques in a sample of newlyweds (N = 103 couples) assessed four times over the first 3 years of marriage. On average, husbands and wives reported moderate levels of psychological aggression, and there were no sex differences in prevalence r...

Journal: :Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development 2004
William F Arsenio,

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Journal: :Proceedings. Biological sciences 2015
Andrew I W James, Jan R Böhnke, Andrew W Young, Gary J Lewis,

Understanding the underpinnings of behavioural disturbances following brain injury is of considerable importance, but little at present is known about the relationships between different types of behavioural disturbances. Here, we take a novel approach to this issue by using confirmatory factor analysis to elucidate the architecture of verbal aggression, physical aggression and inappropriate se...

Journal: :Child development 2006
Lenneke R A Alink, Judi Mesman, Jantien van Zeijl, Mirjam N Stolk, Femmie Juffer, Hans M Koot, Marian J Bakermans-Kranenburg, Marinus H van Ijzendoorn,

This study examines the prevalence, stability, and development of physical aggression, as reported by mothers and fathers, in a sample of children initially recruited at 12, 24, and 36 months (N=2,253) and in a subsample followed up 1 year later (n=271) in a cross-sequential design. Physical aggression occurred in 12-month-olds, but significantly more often in 24- and 36-month-olds. The rates o...

Journal: :Aggressive behavior 2011
Douglas A Gentile, Sarah Coyne, David A Walsh,

Many studies have shown that media violence has an effect on children's subsequent aggression. This study expands upon previous research in three directions: (1) by examining several subtypes of aggression (verbal, relational, and physical), (2) by measuring media violence exposure (MVE) across three types of media, and (3) by measuring MVE and aggressive/prosocial behaviors at two points in ti...

Journal: :Pediatrics 2004
Richard E Tremblay, Daniel S Nagin, Jean R Séguin, Mark Zoccolillo, Philip D Zelazo, Michel Boivin, Daniel Pérusse, Christa Japel,

OBJECTIVES Physical aggression in children is a major public health problem. Not only is childhood physical aggression a precursor of the physical and mental health problems that will be visited on victims, but also aggressive children themselves are at higher risk of alcohol and drug abuse, accidents, violent crimes, depression, suicide attempts, spouse abuse, and neglectful and abusive parent...