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A Cognitive-Neoassociation Theory of Aggression

A Cognitive-Neoassociation Theory of Aggression

A cognitive-neoassociation theory of aggression


The author's cognitive-neoassociation (CNA) analysis of impulsive aggressive reactions can be traced back to the 1939 Dollard et al. frustration – aggression hypothesis, and to its later extensions by Neal Miller, such as his conflict model of hostility displacement. The author's research and ...

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