aggressivity


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aggressivity

(ˌæɡrɛˈsɪvɪtɪ)
n
(Psychoanalysis) the state or quality of being aggressive
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aggressivity

n (= belligerence)Aggressivität f, → Angriffslust f; (= forcefulness)Dynamik f
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However, that result is considered less relevant because Arab falconers have a high preference for the big size and aggressivity of the females.
But with this heat, it's really hard to keep the level of aggressivity high.
Self-protection is assessed through structural deformation and THOR dummy responses and the partner protection is assessed through the aggressivity metric, calculated from the MPDB deformation map.
The idea of responsibility for the autolytic behavior is provided by the development of the plot in the form of a dialogue, while the hostility and aggressivity of the suicidal person are shot at a person in need of attention and love, whom she curses profusely--that person gradually turning into an empathic alter-ego, a mirror image triggering off the process of growing responsible and painfully aware, now in a poetic idiom, of the huge separation between expectation and reality, between the real person and our mental image of her person.
But turning back to the problem of the Medve-BB group's rebellion against Merenyi's regime and the school's cruelty, the particular way they choose to express their views is refraining from any sort of aggressivity, including swearing and cursing as a soldier does.
As legislative test cycles increase in aggressivity in an attempt to better reflect consumer driving behavior in the real world, the proportion of time spent in the higher load regions of the operating map increases.
However, many clinical studies on the treatment for children's aggressivity or chronic irritability symptoms indicate that the range of choosing DMDD's pharmacological treatment is very wide.
He asserts that abnormal narcissism, which he calls secondary, organizes human personhood in a context where love turns inward with aggressivity that, like libido, is introjected (see Kernberg, 1975, p.
Cellular protection factors in Holsteins were at 54-58% with neutrophilic granulocyte aggressivity at 8.
Still, I should point out that a focus on tone or perceived aggressivity can too often operate as a way of not dealing with ideas, not least because I'm really the only NSS writer who comes close to Yaeger's impatient tone, yet some people seem to feel entitled to dismiss all of NSS based on my tone.
Data was collected by using Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) as well as certain subscales of the following personality questionnaires were applied: Eysenck Personality Inventory (EPI), Inventory of Aggressivity (IA), Trier Personality Questionnaire (TPQ), Scales of Control (SC), Locus of Control (LC), and the Logo-test (LOGO).
Van der Meeren (2000), for instance, showed that low temperatures tended to reduce the aggressivity in European lobsters, which led individuals to stay in their shelter for a longer period.