THE EFFECTS OF PAIN CUES ON THE BEHAVIOR OF HIGH AND LOW AGGRESSIVE BOYS
To investigate the effects of pain cues on behavior, responses of high and low aggressive boys were followed either by pain cues or by non pain cues. Overall, pain cues facilitated the rate of responding more than non pain cues. Furthermore, high aggressive boys whose responses were followed by pain cues made more responses than the tow aggressive boys whose responses were followed by pain cues. Finally, more responses were made by the high aggressive boys than by the low aggressive boys.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1977-01-01
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