AP  >> Vol. 5 No. 12 (December 2015)

    The Relationship between Local-Interpersonal Self-Support Traits and Social Rejection’ Aggressive Behavior

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社会拒绝人际自立特质攻击性行为Society Rejection Interpersonal Self-Support Traits Aggressive Behavior



Society rejection can trigger aggressive behavior. However, not all people can be generated ag-gressive behavior, when they experienced social rejection. Therefore, researchers are paying more and more attention to the personality factors, which are the regulation variables of social rejection and aggression. These personality factors, most of which are vulnerability personality factors such as rejection sensitivity, narcissism and self-esteem, can increase aggressive behavior. The localization of human qualities is a personality ideal emphasized in Chinese culture. It is necessary to explore the relationship between the local human qualities in Chinese and social rejection’ aggressive behavior.

吕柯毅 (2015). 本土化的人际自立特质与社会拒绝的攻击性行为的关系. 心理学进展, 5(12), 835-842. http://dx.doi.org/10.12677/AP.2015.512108


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