What Is Aggression?


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Aggression in terms of psychology and other social and behavioural science refers to a kind of behaviour, which in turn is intentional to cause some kind of harm or even pain. This type of aggression could either be in the formal of verbal or even physical, even if it does not want it to be that intentional. Some of the other things that can be considered as aggressive behaviour are property damage or even any kind of destructive behaviour. However, one cannot term assertiveness the same as aggressive. Aggression is considered to be a mystifying observable fact.

Some of the different types of aggression are Predatory aggression, Inter-male aggression, Fear-induced aggression, Irritable aggression, Territorial aggression, maternal aggression, Instrumental aggression to name a few.

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