Emotional development: aggression

United States, 1973

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Episode of Series “Developmental psychology today”.
Aggression is one of the least understood emotions. This film looks at the ways it is leant, when it is used and how aggressive skills are maintained. Alternatives to aggression such as co-operation and negotiation are also examined.

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Barbara Jampel

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McGraw-Hill Films



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Developmental psychology today

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