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April 03, 2012

Origins of human aggression (the other story)

"The Origins of Human Agression" discusses the biological environmental and psychological reasons behind human violence and provides guidelines on dealing with its prevention.
Featuring interviews with international experts from different research areas, including a Nobel prize winner, and startlingly illuminating footage of children acting out their aggressive impulses, this documentary examines the complex interactions of factors that affect the socialization of human aggressive behavior.

“Origins of Human Aggression” provides very pertinent information about the development of violence in children. Which if left unchecked could lead to violent teens and adults. ~Mike

Askwith Media Library 47575-D 50 minutes 2005

Posted by mcmike at April 3, 2012 02:30 PM

Comments

I think that the both heredity and environment play significant roles in determining our intricate personalities, including the areas of violence and aggression. I am sure that the surveys on it will show really interesting results about the aggressiveness in human personalities.

Posted by: stevens_larry@ymail.com at April 12, 2012 06:37 AM

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