Aggressiveness Psychology

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It is not possible to define the term aggressiveness and the factors that provoke it in an absolute way and by a simple explanation. There are involved scientific fields such as Social and Clinical Psychology, Genetics, Biology, Pedagogics, Age Psychology and so on. According to theoretical approaches and literature, aggressiveness’ nature and factors have been discussed differently and by contradictory approaches. No approach has been completely fulfilled. This happens because aggressiveness contains generalities and vagueness, that makes the definition very difficult (Taratori & Chatzidimou, 1997).Aggressiveness is depended by culture, civilization, stereotypes, personal attitudes , ideologies and the optical examination of the aggressive…show more content…
Biologically, aggressiveness sources by the instinct of self-preservation and self-survival. It manifests as a reaction whenever safety of an individual is threatened.
b) Aggressiveness as effect of social interventions (social learning theory). This theory refers that social factors , circumstances and prototypes are responsible for the development of an aggressive behavior. (Bandura, 1973;Zacharis,2003)
It is important to mention that aggressiveness is categorized into three classes (Hunt, 1993; Bushman & Anderson, 2001;Walker, 2010;Del Vecchio, 2001).
a) Impulsive aggressiveness. It does not have frequency and the elements of expediency.
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Of course, the effectiveness and the efficiency of athletic programs and activities is depended on the willingness of participated persons, the interaction of social framework and the content of each program. (Johnson, Cen, Gallaher, Palmer, Xiao, Ritt-Olson et al., 2007).
Programs of Life skills are vital for students. Life skills are those which give to young persons capabilities living and dealing different situations and environments such as school, home, neighborhood (Danish & Nellen, 1997). Life skills are about having good communication skills, taking effective decisions, becoming supportive, having aims, thinking positively, dealing negative and stressful emotions, evaluating yourself, solving problems under pressure and so on.
According to the World Healthy Organization (WHO, 1999), education of students and teenagers in life skills provides: a) their healthy development b) the prevention of aggressive behaviors c) their socialization d) their preparation of dealing effectively social
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