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(p. 77) Anger as a Mediator of Violence 

(p. 77) Anger as a Mediator of Violence
(p. 77) Anger as a Mediator of Violence

Raymond DiGiuseppe

and Raymond Chip Tafrate

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date: 04 June 2020

Many theories have attempted to explain the relationship between anger and aggressive behavior. The present chapter examines specific categories of violence perpetrated by individuals and groups and how anger may be a contributing factor.

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