October 26, 2016
In the Spotlight

The Psychology of Violence and Aggression

by Josh Matacotta in Behavioral Science

Attempts to Make Sense of Senseless Behaviors A complex process emerges when evaluating the incidence of violence perpetrated by an individual upon another. Scholars argue the evaluation of this process requires close attention to the physical and social environment. There is at a minimum one goal to be achieved by the aggressor: to quickly end an unpleasant¬†interchange, to recover “lost [....]