Kids Expecting Aggression from Others Likely to Be Aggressive Themselves
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development- Federal
Discusses a study on how children react to aggressive behavior based on assumed intent. The study found children who assumed a hostile intent were more likely to react aggressively than those who assumed the offender meant no harm.
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