T or F – Bullying is an example of reactive aggression
FALSE

T or F – Children with a hostile attribution bias are less likely than average children to see aggressive actions from others where there are none.
FALSE

T or F – The copycat effect is similar to social learning.
TRUE

T or F – Research studies have found that viewing violence and playing violent video games have the same detrimental effects on adults.
FALSE

During early stages of frustration or general arousal, cognitive processes appear to have little influence beyond the immediate appraisal that the situation is aversive. This description outlines a stage of what model of aggression and violence?
The Cognitive neoassociation model

What do Edinboro, Pennsylvania, Fayetteville, Tennessee, and Jonesboro, Arkansas have in common?
They are all locations of school-shooter copycats.

If you were a TV producer and wanted an argument to support your position of the value of violence on television, you would probably rely on which of the following Theoretical Positions?
Psychoanalytic

Do surveys estimate that the average American child sees approximately how many more than violent episodes on television before reaching adolescence?
100,000

In hostile aggression, the perpetrator’s primary goal is to
make the victim suffer.

Which of the following statements is true of the GAM?
It is based on “Stand your Ground” laws/
It draws heavily on social-cognitive and social learning theories the reinforcement gained as a result of the behavior.
It posits that violence occurs solely because of basic cognitive processes.
It was developed from research on road rage.
It draws heavily on social-cognitive and social learning theories the reinforcement gained as a result of the behavior.

Instigating triggers, impelling forces, and inhibiting forces are the three categories of…
13 THEORY

Which statement most accurately reflects research findings on gender differences in aggression?
Boys are more overtly aggressive than girls during the pre-school years, then aggression rapidly decreases.
Gender differences in aggression are primarily due to biology.
Gender differences are due to cultural and socialization processes that promote different kinds of aggression.
Girls are more aggressive than boys during the pre-school years only.
Gender differences are due to cultural and socialization processes that promote different kinds of aggression.

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