Measures Perception of the legitimacy of aggressive behavior
. Participants answered three items adapted from Traclet et al.
Arthritis, spinal problems, sore muscles, gastrointestinal issues--there are numerous "invisible" conditions that can cause or contribute to a dog's aggressive behavior
Results from a comparison study of three EDs indicated a significant decrease in aggressive behavior
at two of three intervention sites (Gillespie, Gates, & Berry, 2013).
"This is important because research has shown that peer interventions are very effective at stopping bullying and preventing future aggressive behaviors
. But these interventions are fairly rare.
Co-occurrence of aggressive behavior
and depressive symptoms in early adolescence: A longitudinal multi-informant study.
Her essay begins with an overview of some of the theories of aggression and then looks at how these aggressive behaviors
manifest in communication.
Results: Participants in the 'aggressive behavior
' group had significantly different scores in the HCR-20 in the H1 (past violence events), H2 (violent events when young), H10 (disobedience in the past), and C4 (impulsiveness) sections; as well in the anti-social section of PCL-R; and significantly higher PANSS scores in the positive symptom, depressive symptoms and paranoid symptom sections than those in the 'non-aggressive behavior' group.
can be comprehended as any behavior intended to inflict harm on someone or damage something (Berkowitz 1993; Dodge & Coie 1987).
is more common and stronger in early-school-age children, i.e.
in poultry--a major welfare concern in the egg production industry--increases stress, feather pecking, and bodily injury, which can lead to cannibalism.