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Psychopathy and Aggression: Examining the Role of Empathy
Empirical research has consistently demonstrated a positive association between psychopathic traits and physical aggression (Campbell, Porter, & Santor, 2004; Gretton, Hare, & Catchpole, 2004; Raine et aI., 2006; Spain, ...
The Dynamic Interplay of Attachment and Temperament in Relation to Dimensions of Aggression
(Brock University, 2015-02-10)
The current study examined whether overt and relational forms of reactive and proactive aggression were differentially related to adolescents’ temperament and attachment security. Measures of adolescents’ temperament, ...
Investigating the Relationship between the Facial Width-to-Height Ratio and Physical and Psychological Threat Potential
Individuals with large facial width-to-height ratios (FWHR) are judged as threatening and engage in threat-related behaviours. The aim of this thesis was to identify the specific components of threat potential related to ...