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Frustration-Aggression Hypothesis

Frustration-Aggression Hypothesis is the suggestion that frustration is a very powerful determinant of aggression.


Frustration-aggression hypothesis is the idea that frustration will always lead to aggression in both animals and people and that aggression always implies some preceding frustration. The exceptions to both postulates are now regarded as perhaps more important than the rule.

 

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