Much material related to anger and aggression, and to emotion in general, has been presented in the previous chapters. Yet, much has been left unsaid. In this, the final chapter, we will tie together some loose ends, address some potential criticisms, and discuss several issues—such as the development of anger, and abnormal (nonnormative) angry reactions—that have only been touched upon briefly in previous chapters.
KeywordsPhysiological Arousal Emotional Development Natural Category Constitutive Rule Previous Chapter
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