By Robert J. Blanchard
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The aggressiveness dimension concerns repetitive acts of destruction against persons or property and/or thefts outside the home involving coercive action. The associated features of this disorder include family problems, poor academic performance, substance abuse, attentional difficulties, externalizing of blame, mistrust, and low self-esteem—despite an aura of toughness. "Poor frustration tolerance, irritability, temper outbursts, and provocative recklessness are often present" (ÀPA, 1980, p. 46).
328). The disorder is so named because it is inferred that such persons are passively expressing covert hostility. The key feature of the personality is obstructionism to the demands of others (Burns & Epstein, 1983). The person's assumptive framework prominently includes notions of entitlement, which can be understood in terms of inflexible expectations and appraisals (Novaco, 1979). Such individuals are also likely to arouse anger in the therapist. In this regard, Simon (1985) differentiates the "obnoxious type," who is sarcastic and triumphant in proving the therapist wrong, from the "innocent type," who is inclined to cancel appointments and forget homework.
At age 25, he attempted to assassinate the President of the United States—an action undertaken, he revealed, to prove his love for an actress whom he idolized. 4. A 42-year-old man checked himself and his 6-year-old son into a Southern California motel after a cross-country journey. His coworkers described him as having an obsessive love for his son. He had a history of skirmishes with the law, and the New York police were now after him. But he had been a flawless father, obsessed with his son's welfare.
Advances in the Study of Aggression. Volume 2 by Robert J. Blanchard