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  • Journal

    Berkowitz, L.

    Frustration^aggression hypothesis: Examination and reformulation.

    1989 - Psychological Bulletin

    In-text: (Berkowitz 59-73)

    Your Bibliography: Berkowitz, Leonard. "Frustration^Aggression Hypothesis: Examination And Reformulation.." Psychological Bulletin 106.1 (1989): 59-73. Web.

  • Journal

    Carlson, M., Marcus-Newhall, A. and Miller, N.

    Effects of situational aggression cues: A quantitative review.

    1990 - Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

    In-text: (Carlson, Marcus-Newhall and Miller 622-633)

    Your Bibliography: Carlson, Michael, Amy Marcus-Newhall, and Norman Miller. "Effects Of Situational Aggression Cues: A Quantitative Review.." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 58.4 (1990): 622-633. Web.

  • Journal

    Marcus-Newhall, A., Pedersen, W. C., Carlson, M. and Miller, N.

    Displaced aggression is alive and well: A meta-analytic review.

    2000 - Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

    In-text: (Marcus-Newhall et al. 670-689)

    Your Bibliography: Marcus-Newhall, Amy et al. "Displaced Aggression Is Alive And Well: A Meta-Analytic Review.." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 78.4 (2000): 670-689. Web.

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