Overall, their answers to the aggression questionnaire suggest that they have a minimal level of aggression.
Results of my aggression test, as well as that of my family member’s, suggest that my family and I have almost similar views on aggression. It indicates that much as possible, we tend to resolve conflicts without involving strong approach towards other people. My answers, although in some way signifies I am a little bit more verbally aggressive than they are could probably be accounted to the act that while studying, I have been exposed to a lot of different views and socio-cultural differences that might have influenced my attitude and approach. Adjusting to other people’s differences along the way could have entitled me in my unique approach towards aggression but not to the extent that I lose the general attitude that I have grown up with my family.
I found a study by Kohlberg and Tunel (1971) that would best describe this commonality of results of the aggression test taken by me and few of my family members. Results of the study on moral development conducted to adolescents and their families in early 1960’s indicate that there are many factors to which the moral development of a person is shaped. . Social Psychology - Aggression and Peoples Attitudes.
1. Gormly, Ann V. (1993). Understanding Psychology. New York. Random House.
2. Kohlberg L., and Tunel, E., (1971). Research in moral development: the cognitive-development approach. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.
3. Miserandino, M. and Walker, W.R., Eds. (2003). Insights: Readings in Social Psychology. Boston: Pearson Custom Publishing.
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