Investigating the causes and factors of aggression in primary school children

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In the present research, we tried to address the important issue of aggression in children and its causes. This article was conducted in a library review method and we used authentic articles in this field. Aggression has attracted the attention of many psychologists and sociologists because of the consequences it has on children and those around them. Despite the appearance of some aggressive behaviors in the early years of birth, the child will have opportunities to learn emotion and behavior monitoring skills during his growth process, which leads to proper control of anger and aggression. However, some children are not successful in acquiring these skills, as a result, they show levels of aggression in interpersonal relationships. Family, school is the most important institution for developing the child\'s social skills. Research on the causes of aggression in children has shown that failure in self-expression, being in situations where the child experiences duality and internal conflict, can be one of the causes of aggression. Therefore, creating a friendly and thought-provoking atmosphere, and empathetic, can be effective in preventing aggression.

Journal of New Ideas in Education, Volume:2 Issue: 5, 2023
56 to 64  
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