Aggressive Behavior

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Psychological research applies to various aspects of social life by exploring forces within a person, the persons traits, attitudes and their goals. Also the research helps explore the forces within a situation, the social norms and the incentives. Research is done on the social worlds in order to get an understanding by the social psychologists on why people behave, think and feel as they do. The psychologist design many programs that are evaluated and pass them on to several employers. This help the employers choose the appropriate employees to complete the job. A type of behavior that I would like to address that a lady whom is very close to me in my social life exhibits is passive aggressiveness.

Passive aggressive behavior is defined as a long term condition in which a person seems to actively comply with the desires and needs of others, but actually passively resists them. The condition that precede passive aggressiveness is insecurity. The person tends to exert control. There is always a fear of competition and dependency. The person who suffers from passive aggressive behavior always end to blame others for their own failures. The passive aggressive person is often prone to make sarcastic comments and offer condescending opinions.

The consequences that follow passive aggressive behavior is the person becomes increasingly hostile and angry. Because this person becomes hostile and angry at times, this person could very well be a difficult person to work with. The person never really complete anything that they start. This could also lead to procrastination. The person may only start projects as means to please others. They normally do not complete the tasks that they start, because it is sometimes hard for others to deal with them on a lot of situations.

Psychology can be used to explain the passive aggressive behavior by describing the behavior and the practical impact the passive aggressive behavior can have on the person....
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