Retaliatory Aggression

Retaliatory aggression is a behavior that is committed to 'get back' at another person. It is essentially aggression to get revenge on another person. A very primal example would be a wolf who bites another wolf in its pack. The second wolf bites the first wolf as a reaction to the bite and to retaliate for being bitten.

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History of Psychology
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