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https://read.qxmd.com/read/30868596/the-competitive-reaction-time-task-the-development-and-scientific-utility-of-a-flexible-laboratory-aggression-paradigm
#1
Wayne A Warburton, Brad J Bushman
Laboratory measures play an important role in the study of aggression because they allow researchers to make causal inferences. However, these measures have also been criticized. In particular, the competitive reaction time task (CRTT) has been criticized for allowing aggression to be operationalized in multiple ways, leaving it susceptible to "p-hacking." This article describes the development of the CRTT and the ways in which its paradigm flexibility and analytic flexibility allows it to test a wide range of hypotheses and research questions...
March 13, 2019: Aggressive Behavior
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30852848/analytic-flexibility-in-laboratory-aggression-paradigms-relations-with-personality-traits-vary-slightly-by-operationalization-of-aggression
#2
Courtland S Hyatt, David S Chester, Amos Zeichner, Joshua D Miller
Competitive reaction time tasks (CRTTs) have been used widely in social science research, but recent criticism has been directed at the flexible quantification strategies used with this methodology. A recent review suggests that over 150 different quantification strategies have been used in this literature, and there is evidence to suggest that different operationalizations can affect the results and interpretations of experiments using CRTTs. In the current investigation, we reanalyze data from four existing samples from two different sites (total N = 600) to examine how the relations between a range of personality traits and aggression vary based on how aggression is operationalized...
March 10, 2019: Aggressive Behavior
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30835866/direct-and-indirect-relationships-among-posttraumatic-stress-disorder-depression-hostility-anger-and-verbal-and-physical-aggression-in-returning-veterans
#3
Vinnu Bhardwaj, Abigail C Angkaw, Massimo Franceschetti, Ramesh Rao, Dewleen G Baker
Hostility, anger, and aggression are conceptually related but unique constructs found to occur more often among veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) than among civilians or veterans without PTSD. However, the pathways between PTSD, depression, hostility, anger, and aggression have not been comprehensively characterized. Therefore, drawing on a sample of returning Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom combat veterans ( N = 175; 95% male; mean age 30 years), this study sought to examine the direct and indirect relationships among PTSD, depression, hostility, anger, and four types of aggression: verbal, and physical toward self, others, and objects...
March 5, 2019: Aggressive Behavior
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30801753/communal-schools-and-teacher-victimization
#4
Allison A Payne, Denise C Gottfredson
Despite data showing that teacher victimization is at least as great a problem as student victimization, far less research exists regarding teacher victimization than student victimization and overall school crime, particularly with regard to the application of criminological theory to explain the victimization of teachers. We address this gap by examining the hierarchical relationship between communal school organization and teacher victimization in a nationally representative sample of 37,497 teachers from 7,488 public schools in the United States...
February 23, 2019: Aggressive Behavior
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30710459/aggression-by-male-bonobos-against-immature-individuals-does-not-fit-with-predictions-of-infanticide
#5
Hohmann Gottfried, Linda Vigilant, Roger Mundry, Verena Behringer, Martin Surbeck
The selective advantage of male infanticide is enhancement of reproductive success of the aggressor. This implies that aggression is directed at individuals sired by others, infant loss shortens the mother's inter-birth interval, and the aggressor has a greater likelihood of siring the next offspring of the victims' mother. As these conditions are not always met, the occurrence of male infanticide is expected to vary, and hominoid primates offer an interesting example of variation in male infanticide. Infanticide has been reported in gorillas and chimpanzees but appears to be absent in orangutans and bonobos...
February 2, 2019: Aggressive Behavior
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30710456/-we-re-not-gonna-be-friends-anymore-associations-between-viewing-relational-aggression-on-television-and-relational-aggression-in-text-messaging-during-adolescence
#6
Sarah M Coyne, Samuel E Ehrenreich, Hailey G Holmgren, Marion K Underwood
A number of studies suggest that adolescents who view relational aggression on television are more likely to engage in higher levels of subsequent relational aggression in social interactions. This study examined longitudinal associations between viewing relational aggression on television and relationally aggressive behavior in text messaging over a 1-year period during adolescence. Participants were 197 adolescents who completed a number of questionnaires regarding media use and aggression. Adolescents were each given a BlackBerry device and a sample of text messages was coded for aggressive behavior...
February 2, 2019: Aggressive Behavior
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30706945/why-does-decreased-likeability-not-deter-adolescent-bullying-perpetrators
#7
Claire F Garandeau, Tessa A M Lansu
This study examines why the lower likeability of bullying perpetrators does not deter them from engaging in bullying behavior, by testing three hypotheses: (a) bullying perpetrators are unaware that they are disliked, (b) they value popularity more than they value likeability, (c) they think that they have nothing to lose in terms of likeability, as they believe that their targets and other classmates would dislike them anyway, regardless of their behavior. The first two hypotheses were examined in Study 1 (1,035 Dutch adolescents, M age  = 14...
February 1, 2019: Aggressive Behavior
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30702753/self-aggression-reactive-aggression-and-spontaneous-aggression-mediating-effects-of-self-esteem-and-psychopathology
#8
Stefanie Otte, Judith Streb, Katharina Rasche, Irina Franke, Felix Segmiller, Stefanie Nigel, Nenad Vasic, Manuela Dudeck
This study examined whether the associations between self-aggression and different forms of externalized aggression (reactive and spontaneous aggression) are influenced by self-esteem and current psychopathological symptoms. For this purpose, we asked 681 participants from the general population (GP) and 282 general psychiatric patients (PPs) to answer the German versions of the Short Questionnaire for Assessing Factors of Aggression (K-FAF), the Multidimensional Self-Esteem Scale (MSWS), and the Brief Symptom Inventory 25 Forensic (BSI-25-F)...
January 31, 2019: Aggressive Behavior
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30699249/sex-differences-on-the-four-facet-model-of-psychopathy-predict-physical-verbal-and-indirect-aggression
#9
Nicholas D Thomson, Kiril Bozgunov, Elena Psederska, Jasmin Vassileva
Psychopathy is a multifaceted construct that has been linked to aggression. Yet, few studies have explored the association between physical, verbal, and indirect aggression using the 4-facet model of psychopathy in community samples, and to date, no studies exist that test for male and female differences. The present study aimed to understand what facets of psychopathy predict aggressive behavior for men and women, while controlling for important risk factors, such as Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD)...
January 30, 2019: Aggressive Behavior
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30699245/microstructural-integrity-of-white-matter-moderates-an-association-between-childhood-adversity-and-adult-trait-anger
#10
M Justin Kim, Maxwell L Elliott, Tracy C d'Arbeloff, Annchen R Knodt, Spenser R Radtke, Bartholomew D Brigidi, Ahmad R Hariri
Amongst a number of negative life sequelae associated with childhood adversity is the later expression of a higher dispositional tendency to experience anger and frustration to a wide range of situations (i.e., trait anger). We recently reported that an association between childhood adversity and trait anger is moderated by individual differences in both threat-related amygdala activity and executive control-related dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (dlPFC) activity, wherein individuals with relatively low amygdala and high dlPFC activity do not express higher trait anger even when having experienced childhood adversity...
January 30, 2019: Aggressive Behavior
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30699234/importation-and-deprivation-factors-influencing-teacher-targeted-aggression-among-secondary-school-students-in-germany-a-multilevel-analysis
#11
Laura Beckmann, Marie Christine Bergmann, Tim Schneegans, Dirk Baier
Relying on an importation and deprivation framework, the study assessed a variety of risk factors associated with self-reported teacher-targeted aggression among ninth grade students (n = 5,673). Using a cross-sectional school survey conducted in one German federal state, two forms of teacher-targeted aggression were assessed: verbal (insulting, threatening, and mocking) and physical (beating and pushing) aggression. Every ninth student reported verbal aggression, while 0.5% of students reported physical aggression against teachers...
January 30, 2019: Aggressive Behavior
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30698290/longitudinal-trajectories-of-perpetration-of-adolescent-dating-abuse-in-a-national-sample
#12
Elizabeth A Mumford, Weiwei Liu, Bruce G Taylor
Despite extensive research regarding patterns and outcomes of victimization in dating relationships, there has been limited investigation of the developmental profiles of the perpetration of adolescent dating abuse (ADA). We estimated longitudinal latent growth models of ADA perpetration in a sample of 2,269 U.S. adolescents/young adults ages 12-18 at baseline, drawing on four waves (2013-2017) of data from the nationally representative Survey of Teen Relationships and Intimate Violence. Model results revealed three classes representing "nondaters," respondents showing "increasing dating/ADA," and respondents with "high/stable dating/ADA...
January 30, 2019: Aggressive Behavior
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30693962/trait-aggressiveness-predicting-aggressive-behavior-the-moderating-role-of-meta-cognitive-certainty
#13
David Santos, Pablo Briñol, Richard E Petty, Beatriz Gandarillas, Rafael Mateos
Research on aggression has benefitted from using individual-difference measures to predict aggressive behavior. Research on meta-cognition has recently identified that the predictive utility of individual-difference inventories can be improved by considering the certainty with which people hold their self-views. Merging these two frameworks, the present research examines whether assessing certainty in trait aggressiveness improves its ability to predict aggressive outcomes. Across two studies, participants reported their level of trait physical aggressiveness and the certainty with which they held their responses to the scale (predictor variables)...
January 29, 2019: Aggressive Behavior
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30690775/serious-violent-behavior-and-antisocial-outcomes-as-consequences-of-exposure-to-ethnic-political-conflict-and-violence-among-israeli-and-palestinian-youth
#14
Eric F Dubow, L Rowell Huesmann, Paul Boxer, Cathy Smith, Simha F Landau, Shira Dvir Gvirsman, Khalil Shikaki
We examine whether cumulative-past and concurrent exposure to ethnic-political violence among Israeli and Palestinian youth predict serious violent behavior and antisocial outcomes toward the in-group and the out-group. We collected four waves of data from 162 Israeli Jewish and 400 Palestinian youths (three age cohorts: 8, 11, and 14 years old) and their parents. The first three waves were consecutive annual assessments, and the fourth was conducted 4 years after the third wave, when the three age cohorts were 14, 17, and 20 years old, respectively...
January 28, 2019: Aggressive Behavior
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30675911/self-peer-and-teacher-reports-of-victim-aggressor-networks-in-kindergartens
#15
Gijs Huitsing, Marijtje A J van Duijn, Tom A B Snijders, Françoise D Alsaker, Sonja Perren, René Veenstra
This study investigated if and how children and teachers differ in their assessment of victim-aggressor relationships in kindergartens. Self-, peer, and teacher reports of victimization-aggression networks (who is victimized by whom) were investigated in 25 Swiss kindergartens with 402 5- to 7-years-old. It was examined whether child characteristics (sex and parent-reported internalizing and externalizing behavior) influence informant reports of victimization and/or aggression. Findings from statistical network models indicated higher concordance between self and peer reports than between one of these and teacher reports...
January 24, 2019: Aggressive Behavior
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30635910/social-threat-attentional-bias-in-childhood-relations-to-aggression-and-hostile-intent-attributions
#16
Natalie V Miller, Charlotte Johnston
The goal of this study was to examine the ways attentional bias to social threat-measured across multiple attentional processes-is related to both child aggression and a well-established cognitive correlate of aggression (namely, hostile intent attributions). A community sample of 211 children (51% male; 9-12 years; 55% Caucasian) participated in our cross-sectional correlational design. Social threat attentional bias was measured through task performance on dot-probe, attentional shifting, and temporal order judgment tasks; each task measured different attentional processes...
January 12, 2019: Aggressive Behavior
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30614538/hitting-below-the-belt-masculine-honor-beliefs-and-perceptions-of-unfair-fighting-behavior
#17
Conor J O'Dea, Amanda L Martens, Donald A Saucier
We examined the effect of masculine honor beliefs on perceptions of unfair fighting behavior. We proposed competing hypotheses about the nature of this relationship. Our Reputation by Any Means Hypothesis predicted masculine honor beliefs would be positively related to perceptions of unfair fighting behavior as permissible because they increase the likelihood of success. Conversely, our Reputation by Honorable Means Hypothesis predicted masculine honor beliefs would be negatively related to perceptions of unfair fighting behavior as permissible due to the importance of demonstrating masculinity through socially acceptable means (e...
January 7, 2019: Aggressive Behavior
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30614006/effects-of-sexualized-video-games-on-online-sexual-harassment
#18
Jonathan Burnay, Brad J Bushman, Frank Larøi
Negative consequences of video games have been a concern since their inception. However, one under-researched area is the potential negative effects of sexualized video game content on players. This study analyzed the consequences of sexualized video game content on online sexual harassment against male and female targets. We controlled for a number of variables that might be related to online sexual harassment (i.e., trait aggressiveness, ambivalent sexism, online disinhibition). Participants (N = 211) played a video game with either sexualized or non-sexualized female characters...
January 4, 2019: Aggressive Behavior
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30597570/sleep-restriction-alters-reactive-aggressive-behavior-and-its-relationship-with-sex-hormones
#19
Kevin J MacDonald, Kari A Lustig, Shawn N Geniole, Cheryl M McCormick, Kimberly A Cote
Few studies have experimentally manipulated sleep to study its effect on aggressive behavior. The current study examined how reactive aggression was affected by having sleep restricted to 4-hours on a single night, a level of disruption commonly experienced. Both rested and sleep-restricted participants completed the Point Subtraction Aggression Paradigm (PSAP), a laboratory task in which participants seek to earn points, are provoked by a fictitious opponent stealing their points, and may choose to steal points in response...
December 30, 2018: Aggressive Behavior
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30585333/are-everyday-sadists-specifically-attracted-to-violent-video-games-and-do-they-emotionally-benefit-from-playing-those-games
#20
Tobias Greitemeyer, Niklas Weiß, Tobias Heuberger
The present research tested the hypothesis that everyday sadists show a distinct preference for violent video games and examined the relationship between everyday sadism and participant's mood after violent video game play. In Study 1, participants watched three trailers for video games that differed in their level of violent content. Whereas everyday sadists were attracted to a violent video game, there was no significant positive association between everyday sadism and attraction to the nonviolent video games...
December 26, 2018: Aggressive Behavior
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