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Frustration-aggression hypothesis

Dollard et al (1939) devised the frustration-aggression hypothesis, which postulated that any impediment to an individual’s achievement of a goal will give rise to feelings of frustration. From this, aggressive feelings and behaviour will always result. Thus a football player who fails to score in a match becomes frustrated, leading to aggressive behaviour towards others.

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