General Aggression Model

Aggression is defined by Craig A. Anderson and Brad J. Bushman as behavior intended to harm another who is motivated to avoid that harm; it is conceived as a continuum ranging from mild (e.g., insult) through moderate (e.g., hitting) to extreme harm (e.g., murder). Various types of aggressive ...

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