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microaggression

An action that is deemed to be a subtle or indirect expression of bigoted or discriminatory views or attitudes. You may think your little digs against women are funny, but to your female co-workers, they're sexist microaggressions. Today's speaker is addressing microaggressions and racism.
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This is also associated with several psychopathologies such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression, symptoms of aggression, and substance use, leading to poor academic performance and interpersonal predicaments.6,7 Moreover, exposure to violence in general is also associated with risk for perpetrating aggression and violence by the same individual.8
"Our study is the first to examine how aggression toward a child and aggression toward a parenting partner unfold at the same time," said Amy Marshall, a researcher.
aggression raising slogans in support of Pakistan armed forces and condemning the Indian aggression.
Results of this study illustrated the genetic tendency of large domestic bovines towards aggression and attack, so they should be handled with great caution.
Although most researchers on the subject agree that playing violent video games appears to increase physical aggression, a vocal minority continues to dispute this.
Aggression and violence in sport do not only occur within competition and among athletes, but can also be carried out by sport fans.
Syria called upon the international community and the Security Council to firmly condemn the brutal American-British aggression against the United States, which would only fuel tension in the region and the world and constitute a threat to international peace and security as a whole.
Beirut, SANA-Lebanese Hezbollah strongly condemned the US, British and French tripartite brutal aggression on Syria at dawn on Saturday.
This type of violence, episodic and reactive, is characterized by mild acts of aggression (i.e., pushing or slapping) and is bidirectional in nature (Grana & Cuenca, 2014; Jose & O'Leary, 2009).
Aggressive behaviour can be conceptualized as the observable manifestation of aggression, which is defined as any act intented to cause harm, pain or injury in another (Zirpoli, 2008).
A state of mind where one gets reckless that he or she likely to attack or confront, is basically called aggression. Though the world is touching the height of modernization but still it has failed to overcome the growing aggression among people especially among our youth and the worst consequences are faced that this aggression leads to extremism which creates violence.
A I am sorry to hear about your kitty's recent aggression. For the most part, we cats are pretty easy-going.
By: MENA DAMASCUS - 21 October 2017: Syria on Saturday condemned a new Israeli aggression on al-Quneitra countryside, considering it as a new cycle of outright collusion between the Israeli occupation and armed terrorist groups and a desperate attempt to support these groups, the Syrian news agency SANA reported.
Present research aimed to study the dysfunctional parenting as a determinant of relational aggression (RA) among adolescents.
Previous scholars have shown that both explicit and implicit attitudes toward aggression predict aggressive behavior (e.g., Grumm, Hein, & Fingerle, 2011; Nunes, Hermann, & Ratcliffe, 2013).