Defining Aggression. Learning Objectives. Define aggression and violence as social psychologists do. Differentiate emotional from instrumental aggression. Aggression is a word that we use every day to characterize the behavior of others and perhaps even of ourselves. We say that people are aggressive if they yell at or hit each other, if they cut off other cars in traffic, or even when they ...
Anxiety, or extreme apprehension and worry, is a normal reaction to stressful situations. But in some cases, it becomes excessive and can cause sufferers to dread everyday situations. But in some cases, it becomes excessive and can cause sufferers to dread everyday situations.
In addition to this excessive sleepiness, people with hypersomnolence may also experience anxiety, memory problems, loss of appetite, slow thinking, and disorientation upon waking. Breathing-related sleep disorders are those that involve breathing anomalies including sleep apnea and chronic snoring that can occur during sleep.
Moodiness stems from an unwillingness to confront and work through deeper issues. Brooding and blaming others is a way to avoid digging deeper into the inner source of anger and resentment. Moody people avoid facing and resolving their personal conflicts when others accept the blame and cater to them.
Actual physical items (ex: pencil, paper, calculators, computers, etc.) and intellectual and conceptual framework for solving problems. Heteronomous Morality Piaget's stage of moral development from ages 4-7 in which rules are seen as invariant and unchangeable.