Anger And Violent Offenders
Anger And Violent Offenders
- Review the article “Understanding Clinical Anger and Violence: The Anger Avoidance Model” in this week’s Learning Resources. Focus on the relationship among processing stress, clinical anger, and aggression as they relate to violent offenders.
- Review the article “The Role of Impulsivity in Antisocial and Violent Behavior and Personality Disorders Among Incarcerated Women” in this week’s Learning Resources. Focus on the aspects of anger and aggression specific to female offenders. Think about how female offenders are similar to and different from general violent offender populations.
- Review the article “Violent Men: The Importance of Impulsivity and Cognitive Schema” in this week’s Learning Resources. Consider the relationship among anger, aggression, and violence.
- Review the article “Emotion Regulation, Coping, and Psychological Symptoms” in this week’s Learning Resources. Focus on the concepts of stress and aggression.
- Synthesize what you have examined concerning the concepts of anger, stress, and aggression as they relate to violent offenders. Think about the implications of this relationship to the treatment of violent offenders.
The assignment (1–2 pages):
- Briefly explain the concepts of anger, stress, and aggression as they relate to violent offenders.
- Explain the relationship among anger, stress, and aggression.
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