Aggression. Words or actions meant to hurt people. Why are people aggressive? Biological View. Sociobiology – Social behavior is controlled by genes Aggression seems to help animals survive and reproduce thus passing the aggressive genes on to the next generation.By liam
Pro- and Anti- Social Behaviour. Chapter 10 Pages 323-350. Pro Social Behaviour. What is it?. Pro Social Behaviour. Any behaviour that is performed with the intention of helping someone else.. What are some examples??? Giving blood. Factors influencing pro-social behaviour.By ronnie
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Aggressive. By: Emily Meinzer. Aggressive. Synonyms: Barbaric, Disruptive Antonyms: Calm, Laid-back Sentence: My little brother is very Aggressive with my Baby cousin. Definition: Belligerent, Hostile.
AGGRESSiVE. Def. ready or likely to attack Synonym- aggrieved,aggressor,aggregate Antonym- calm,complaisant,laid back Sentence-my mom said I am aggressive when It comes to playing around.
Aggressive. Aggressive - toward unprovoked offensives, attacks, invasions, or the like; militantly forward or menacing By: Lindsey Austin.
Aggressive. Synonym- quarrelsome Antonym-calm The dogs that were abused were very aggressive. Definition- characterized by or tending toward unprovoked offensives, attacks or invasions.
Dynamic. Versatile. Zealous. Aggressive. Aggressive. Thriving. A - Aggressive D - Dynamic V - Versatile E - Efficient R - Refreshing T - Thriving Z - Zealous. Refreshing. Efficient. Efficient. Refreshing. Thriving. Zealous. Versatile. Dynamic.
aggressive. Word: aggressive Definition: likes to start fights Synonyms: attacking, hawkish, militish Antonyms: laid back, calm, easy going By P eyton Q uillin.
Aggressive. Given to hostile act or feeling;. Degrade. To humiliate, dishonor, reduce to lower rank. Digress. To depart from main subject. Egress. Going out; way out. Regress. To move backward; revert to an earlier state;. Grateful. thankful. Ingratiate. To bring oneself into favor;.