2017
DOI: 10.1007/s12144-017-9747-9
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The Influence of Aggression-Evoking Cues on Aggressive Cognitions in Males and Females: Different Procedures – Similar Effects

Abstract: Three experiments examined the effect of aggression-evoking cues on aggressive cognitions related to physical, verbal, and relational aggression and internal states (anger and hostility). In Experiment 1 (n = 40), the priming effect of masculinity threat on four categories of aggressive cognitions was investigated among males; Experiment 2 (n = 46) tested whether exposure to images stimulating negative and sexual arousal induced higher accessibility of aggressive constructs in men; in Experiment 3 (n = 95), fe… Show more

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“…Another method to identify an aggressive driver is through a questionnaire designed to identify the respondent's aggressive road behavior, including verbal and physical aggression, and violations of highway codes [32,33]. According to [34], violations of traffic regulations (speeding, not stopping at red lights, driving while under the influence of alcohol) are perceived as more aggressive than racing, voicing insults, cutting off other drivers, flashing headlights, shouting, tailgating, and making rude gestures.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Another method to identify an aggressive driver is through a questionnaire designed to identify the respondent's aggressive road behavior, including verbal and physical aggression, and violations of highway codes [32,33]. According to [34], violations of traffic regulations (speeding, not stopping at red lights, driving while under the influence of alcohol) are perceived as more aggressive than racing, voicing insults, cutting off other drivers, flashing headlights, shouting, tailgating, and making rude gestures.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%