Effects of social proximity on multiple aggressive behaviors

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Effects of social proximity on multiple aggressive behaviors. / Oliver, Christopher; Oxener, G; Hearn, Micheal; Hall, Scott.

In: Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, Vol. 34, No. 1, 01.01.2001, p. 85-88.

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title = "Effects of social proximity on multiple aggressive behaviors",
abstract = "We systematically manipulated social proximity to examine its influence on multiple topographies of aggression. Aggression occurred at high levels during close-proximity sessions and at low levels during distant-proximity sessions even though social contact was presented continuously during both conditions. Topographies of aggression emerged sequentially across the close-proximity sessions, and all topographies were reduced to zero following extended sessions of this condition.",
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