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Russell, Effects of viewing ity of spectators. Sffy of Lethbr1dge, G. , & Sandilands, M. L. aggressive sports on the hostilUnpublished manuscrTp~ UnlverAlberta, Canada, 1977. Averill, J. R. Anger. Nebraska Symposium on Motivation. Lincoln: Univers1ty of Nebraska Press, 1978. 32 Baker, J. , II, &Schaie, K. W. Effects of aggressing "alone" or "with another" on physiological and psychological arousal. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1969, 12, 80-"'SO. Bandura, A. A~gressio~ ~ social learning analysis.

Physical vs. verbal vs. , Konetni &Manley, 197 ; Konecni & Wood, 1982) to make a great deal of difference and to affect the aggressor (his/her arousal level, emotional state, and the amount of subsequent aggressive behavior), as well as the target. , Konetni, 1975a) which stresses the importance of the The concluemotion-behavior-emotion feedback loop. sions from previous studies (discussed in conjunction with Table 1), in some of which the mode of the subject's aggression appears to have been almost randomly decided upon, and which ignored the subject's thoughts about the consequences (if any) of their behavior for the target (and the effect of these thoughts on the subjects' arousal and emotional state), need to be seriously reexamined.

When possible, suggestions for avoiding common methodological, experimental, and interpretive pitfalls were made. References Arms,R. , Russell, Effects of viewing ity of spectators. Sffy of Lethbr1dge, G. , & Sandilands, M. L. aggressive sports on the hostilUnpublished manuscrTp~ UnlverAlberta, Canada, 1977. Averill, J. R. Anger. Nebraska Symposium on Motivation. Lincoln: Univers1ty of Nebraska Press, 1978. 32 Baker, J. , II, &Schaie, K. W. Effects of aggressing "alone" or "with another" on physiological and psychological arousal.

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