International Society for Research on Aggression
What Is ISRA?
The International Society for Research on Aggression is a society of scholars and scientists engaged in the scientific study of violence and aggression.
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Keep Calm and Grab a Teddy Bear
How to reduce anger and aggressive behavior
Read the blog post by Johannes Lutz →
Why the “Anger Room” is not a good place for reducing aggressive behavior
Read the blog post by Barbara Krahé →
The XXII World Meeting
The 2016 World Meeting was held in Sydney, Australia, from July 19-23.
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In Memoriam: Murray A. Straus (1926-2016)
Murray Straus was a longtime ISRA member and life fellow.
Honoring Murray →
Applying Game Theory to the Study of Aggression
A brief explanation on game theory and how it can be applied to research on aggression.
Read the blog post by Gareth Arnott and Irene Camerlink →
Aggressive Behavior is the official journal of the International Society for Research on Aggression. Check out the latest issue →
Dominic Parrott, Executive SecretaryDepartment of PsychologyGeorgia State University140 Decatur Street, SESuite 1151Atlanta, GA 30303Email
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