How to explain aggressive behavior?

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PSY 307
Writing Assignments

On April 20th 1999 at Columbine High School in Colorado two students engaged in one of the most severe mass murders in recent US history. A few weeks ago marked the 10th Anniversary of the killings at Columbine. What have we learned about the cause of the killings since that fateful day?



PSY307-Aggressive-cue theory

PSY307-Air quality

PSY307-Attachment Theory

PSY307-Authoritarianism

PSY307-Brain Damage

PSY307-Child-child relationship (sibling interactions)

PSY307-Cognitive Neoassociation Model

PSY307-Crowding

PSY307-Dehumanization

PSY307-Deindividuation

PSY307-Desensitization

PSY307-Differential self-awareness theory

PSY307-Displaced Aggression

PSY307-Dodge and Crick (1990) model of aggressive behavior

PSY307-Escape-avoidance theory

PSY307-Evolutionary theory

PSY307-Excitation-transfer theory

PSY307-Frustration-Aggression

PSY307-Hostile Attribution bias

PSY307-Hunting Hypothesis

PSY307-Impression Management

PSY307-Left hemisphere dysfunction

PSY307-Locus of Control

PSY307-Media

PSY307-Noise

PSY307-Obedience

PSY307-Odors

PSY307-Parent-child relationship

PSY307-Punishment

PSY307-Regressive Racism

PSY307-Sex Roles

PSY307-Shame-proneness

PSY307-Social Learning Theory

PSY307-Temperature

PSY307-Testostrone

PSY307-Triggered Displaced Aggression

PSY307-Type A Personality

PSY307-Weapons

PSY307-X-chromosome hypothesis

PSY307-Y-chromosome hypothesis


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