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ERIC Number: EJ180298
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1978
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Whatever Happened to the Frustration-Aggression Hypothesis?
Berkowitz, Leonard
American Behavioral Scientist, 21, 5, 691-708, May/Jun 78
Critiques the frustration-aggression hypothesis, which was developed in 1939 concerning the interplay of cognitive and motivational processes in aggressive behavior. The hypothesis suggested that frustration leads to aggression. The author's experiments show that the aversive experiences, not necessarily frustration, lead to aggression. (Author/AV)
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