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neo-behaviourist (Hull & Tolman, 1930) position aims at the fact that aggression implies the intention to harm or damage others, and the cognitivist position emphasizes the idea that a behaviour is considered as aggressive only if it is at the same

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Irodalom/References 1 Anderson, C. A. – Bushman, J. B. (2001) Effects of Violent Video Games on Aggressive Behavior, Aggressive Cognizion, Aggressive Affect

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, learning to break the ice, communicating and interacting adequately even when the child is shy, anxious, aggressive, impertinent etc.; setting limits, motivating the child, finding out what activities they want to do together, supporting the child

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, lack of physical activity, regular sexuality (without protection), promiscuity, and aggressive behavior (fighting, bullying, and committing a crime; Steinberg, 2008 ). These risky types of behaviors are frequent in adolescence because children at this

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, 2018 ). This was accompanied by aggressive immigration checks on minority ethnic youth at London Underground stations ( Webber, 2019 ), clearly racially identified as “suspect populations.” The aim of the operation was to tell undocumented migrants

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