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Physical and Verbal Aggression in Relation to Impulsivity and Consideration of Future Consequences among Adolescents


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1 Sai Nath University, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India
2 CR College of Education, Hisar, Haryana, India
     

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The present paper examined relation in physical and verbal aggression, impulsivity and consideration of future consequences (CFC). The sample was comprised of 400 students (200 boys and 200 girls) from the Chandigarh region. The Aggression Questionnaire by Buss and Perry (1992), Barrett's Impulsivity Scale (Patton et al., 1995), and Strathman et al.'s (1994) CFC Scale were used to assess physical and verbal aggression, impulsivity and CFC respectively. Product Moment Correlation Method was used to analyze the results. The findings indicate ted that physical and verbal aggression was significantly related with impulsivity and consideration of future consequences.

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Aggression, Impulsivity, CFC.
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Meenu
Sai Nath University, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India
Nirmala Devi
CR College of Education, Hisar, Haryana, India

Abstract


The present paper examined relation in physical and verbal aggression, impulsivity and consideration of future consequences (CFC). The sample was comprised of 400 students (200 boys and 200 girls) from the Chandigarh region. The Aggression Questionnaire by Buss and Perry (1992), Barrett's Impulsivity Scale (Patton et al., 1995), and Strathman et al.'s (1994) CFC Scale were used to assess physical and verbal aggression, impulsivity and CFC respectively. Product Moment Correlation Method was used to analyze the results. The findings indicate ted that physical and verbal aggression was significantly related with impulsivity and consideration of future consequences.

Keywords


Aggression, Impulsivity, CFC.