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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 3800
Professor
Jen Lasenby- Lessard
Semester
Fall

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PSYC3800 Exam Question 3 Aggression bullying and conflict management are major problems in todays schools Parents teachers and support staff all have an important role to play in dealing with these issues although figuring out exactly what needs to be done is not a straightforward task Drawing out information from the textbook and Pepler 2006 and Craig PeplerBlais 2007 articles answer the following questions ADefining four forms of aggressionInstrumental aggression want to get something oStrong actions aimed at claiming an object place or privilege Not intended to harm but may lead to harm Hostile aggressioninflicting intentional harm oBold direct action that is intended to hurt someone else an unprovoked attackOvert aggressionphysical oForm of hostile aggression that involves physical attackRelational aggressiontry to harm social relationships oForm of hostile aggression that involves verbal attacks and other actions meant to harm social relationships Four different forms of aggression Instrumental Hostile OvertRelational SocialoInstrumental most commonusing strong actions aimed at claiming an object place or privilege and while not intending to harm may still lead to this result oHostile two different forms and involves using bold direct actions that is intended to hurt someone else generally unprovoked attacks 1Overt aggression more commonly used by boyshostile physical attack or threat of such attack on another person2RelationalSocial aggression most commonly used by girls and involves verbal attacks and other actions meant to harm social relationships and selfesteemBHow do the characteristics of aggression differ between boys and girlsBoys use more overt and physical aggression harm to property
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