Human Aggression and violence are problems that concern the society as moral and cultural issues. They are also critical issues for mental health research, both for survivors and to understand how these behaviors occur. Interpersonal violence often explodes in deliberate acts of physical force leaving survivors behind with a diminished sense of control that is often overshadowed by the persistent fear and anxiety. Human aggression and violence are, unfortunately, pervasive phenomenon with significant costs to our society. The harmful effects of aggression and violence are documented daily in the media. Defined as hostile aggression, disruptive or destructive behavior often caused by frustration may be collective or individual. The mental health professional is often used to evaluate the pathological forms of individual aggression in clinical, forensic, and the establishment of the school; however, causes and treatment of pathological aggression and violence are little known and little studied. While the fundamentals of human aggression are clearly multi-factorial, including political, economic, cultural, medical and psychological, it is also clear that some forms of pathological aggression as impulsive aggression (which occurs in the context of emotional arousal and provocation), have an underlying neurobiology that we are only beginning to understand.
Human Aggression and Violence
Germans are prone to aggression? Was the brutality that led to the atrocities committed by them in World War II in their genes? Or is that Hitler and the Nazis for use by the time of the enormous economic crisis and humiliation of Germany after the Treaty of Versailles to consolidate power turn off the opposition, and through mass propaganda to persuade the German people follow in his conquest of Europe and most of the Third Reich? In this research, I will give a critical assessment of the extent to which human beings are predisposed to aggression, aggression or conditioned by their environment. (Freud 2002)
My goal is to present evidence showing that humans are not biologically or instinctively aggressive, but that aggression is something that is learned from the experience and daily life. The first part of the paper presents and tests theories that emphasize biological factors as the main causes of aggression in humans.
The second part presents the theories and evidence to say that aggression and hostility are the diseases of development as it gets, and are influenced by the external environment. The third part of the document differs from the two opposing views on human aggression.
Before presenting the theories of aggression, it is important to define what the experts say with the aggressiveness and aggression.
Aggressiveness involves a predisposition, a mental attitude, an underlying feature, whose product is likely that the trend of violent action, injury or damage.
Aggression is any form of behavior that can hurt someone physically or psychologically. This term is widely accepted and used in most books dealing with human aggression in an attempt to explain the functional differences of the states that aggression, human aggression involves a complex set of behaviors that vary considerably in their structure, content, context and ...