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Physical aggression tendencies, aggressive foreign policy positions linked, study says

August 11, 2016 News from Brown

A new study by Rose McDermott, Professor of International Relations, suggests that individuals with aggressive tendencies are more likely to support aggressive foreign policy positions. “We wanted to explore the relationship between individual tendencies to engage in physical aggression in interpersonal situations and attitudes toward larger foreign policy issues and broader moral choices.”

Physical aggression tendencies, aggressive foreign policy positions linked, study says (Rose McDermott research cited) – News from Brown