alexa Revenge: behavioral and emotional consequences.
Social & Political Sciences

Social & Political Sciences

Sociology and Criminology-Open Access

Author(s): Koneni VJ

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Abstract This commentary discusses dozens of ecologically powerful social-psychological experiments from the1960s and 1970s, which are highly relevant especially for predicting the consequences of revenge. McCullough et al. omitted this work – perhaps because of its misclassification as “catharsis” research. The findings are readily accommodated by Konecˇ ni’s anger-aggression bidirectional-causation (AABC) model and can be usefully incorporated in an adaptationist view of revenge. This article was published in Behav Brain Sci and referenced in Sociology and Criminology-Open Access

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