Aggressive Behavior

Some articles on aggressive behavior, aggressive, behavior:

Aggression - Physiology - Testosterone - General Associations With Behavior
... have for a long time been interested in the relationship between testosterone and aggressive behavior ... In most species, males are more aggressive than females ... Castration of males usually has a pacifying effect on aggressive behavior in males ...
Genetics Of Aggression - Heritability - Selective Breeding
... strains after noting that some strains of birds, dogs, fish, and mice seem to be more aggressive than other strains ... has demonstrated that it is possible to select for genes that lead to more aggressive behavior in animals ... of developmental timing for genetic influences on aggressive behavior ...
Genetics Of Aggression - History
... researchers suggested they might have been hospitalized because of aggressive behavior ... patients were examined, the researchers found their assumptions of aggressive behavior were incorrect ... that XYY males are characterized by increased height but are not characterized by aggressive behavior ...
Mountain Goat - Aggressive Behavior
... Mountain goats can occasionally be aggressive towards humans, with at least one reported fatality resulting from an attack by a mountain goat ...
Video Game Controversy - Controversial Topics - Crime and Violence
... video games are significantly associated with increased aggressive behavior, thoughts, and affect increased physiological arousal and decreased pro-social (helpi ... that violent video games may increase mild forms of aggressive behavior in children and young adults ... and feelings as well as decreased prosocial behavior ...

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