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The Nature of Emotion
Anger and Aggression in Biological Perspective
CrossCultural Variations in Aggressive Syndromes
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action amok analysis and/or anger and aggression anger and annoyance angry episode angry person annoyed appraised Aristotle attribution become angry biological systems chimpanzees cognitive community residents concept conflict considered crimes of passion Descartes described duration effects elements emotional syndromes episode of anger everyday experience example experience of anger expression of anger expressive reactions factors feeling rules feelings Frodi frustration function homicide human ikari important impulses incident of anger individual insanity defense instigation to anger intense intentional object interpreted Kaingang kittiwake Lactantius M'Naghten Rules male mean ratings motives nature object observed occurred offender person's anger physical aggression physiological arousal Plato precipitating incident present provocation psychological questionnaire reason regard relationship relevant reported rules Seneca sense sex differences situation social norms specific Study Table target temporary insanity tend theories of emotion tion typical unjustified variables verbal voluntary manslaughter wild-man behavior women