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PSY 301 The Effects of Aggression in Human Nature Given the CircumstancesSocial Psychology

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Aggression
The Effects of Aggression in Human Nature Given the Circumstances
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Aggression
I. Examples of aggression in certain situations
Stanford prison experiment
Abu Ghraib incident
The District of Columbia sniping incident
II. Stanford prison experiment
Inmates vs. guards
Roles begin
Inmates become depressed, guards become aggressive
III. Abu Ghraib incident
History behind the prison
Enemies vs. Allies, aggression
Disorders that arise because of aggression during war
IV. D.C. snipers
Explain the incident
Logic behind the shootings
Aggression that arose from the shootings
V. Conclusion
Description of why aggressive behaviors occurred in each situation

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AggressionThe Effects of Aggression in Human Nature Given the CircumstancesNameSubjectCourse NameInstructor NameDateAggressionI. Examples of aggression in certain situationsStanford prison experimentAbu Ghraib incidentThe District of Columbia sniping incidentII. Stanford prison experimentInmates vs. guardsRoles beginInmates become depressed, guards become aggressiveIII. Abu Ghraib incidentHistory behind the prisonEnemies vs. Allies, aggressionDisorders that arise because of aggression during warIV. D.C. snipers Explain the incident Logic behind the shootingsAggression that arose from the shootingsV. ConclusionDescription of why aggressive behaviors occurred in each situationThe origin of aggressionThe Social Learning TheoryClosing ArgumentAggression Everyone gets angry at some point in our life, which sometimes leads to aggression. But why does aggression occur, is it a learned behavior, biologically rooted, or is it due to our environmental factors? What happens if compliance turns a good person into someone that becomes habitually aggressive? We often see in the media when lack of obedience results into aggression, for instance the riots in Libya. Conformity by acting and believing in accordance with social pressure no longer exists and human nature changes. There are many examples of how human nature can be conformed given the circumstances, the Stanford experiment, the Abu Ghraib incident, and the Dist ...
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