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catharsis hypothesis

According to the results of Green, Stoner, and Shope's (1975) experiment on the catharsis of aggression hypothesis, what happens if we are aggressive toward someone else?

a) We will feel better having just been aggressive, but will be less likely to be aggressive again in the near future
b) We will feel badly about having just been aggressive and be less likely to be aggressive again in the near future
c) We will feel better having just been aggressive and more likely to be aggressive again in the near future
d) We will feel badly about having just been aggressive, but be more likely to be aggressive again in the near future

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d) We will feel badly about having just been aggressive, but be more likely to be aggressive again in the near future

The facilitation of aggression by aggression: evidence against the catharsis hypothesis.

Geen RG, Stonner D, Shope GL.

Ninety male subjects were either ...

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