Yes, males tend to be aggressive. That is due to males having more testosterone in their system. Culture also plays a role as males receive more encouragement to act more aggressively.
You can also take a look at the number of offenders in prison. There are perhaps about 3 times as many male offenders, and the types of offenses vary between the genders.
Aggressive behavior is reactionary and impulsive behavior that often results in breaking household rules or the law. Aggressive behavior is violent and unpredictable.
Keri Barwick has written: 'An investigation into gender differences in perceptions of aggressive anger and tearful anger'
Katharine Blick Hoyenga has written: 'Gender-related differences' -- subject(s): Sex differences, Sex differences (Psychology) 'Motivational explanations of behavior' -- subject(s): Motivation (Psychology) 'Instructor's manual for Gender-related differences'
Female violence is only one gender, therefore gender differences do not apply
the male gender is by far the most aggressive.
Passive Agressive Behavior is a pattern where one indirectly expresses negative behavior. Common symtoms of passive aggressive behavior are stubbornness, procrastination, and memory lapses.
Estrogen and testosterone are hormones that can effect behavior. Too much testosterone can be a cause of aggressive behavior. Aggression can be a major problem and you should talk to your doctor if you are experiencing it.
Children instinctively know what gender they are. It is not learned behavior, but natural. This is why we have transgender people who haven't felt right all of their lives as the gender they were born into. If it was learned behavior this wouldn't be the case.
Males are generally more aggressive, especially during mating season.
very aggressive and it does not back down
aggressive behavior or aggravation.
Passive-aggressive behavior is one of the narcissists' favorite tools.
The setting Mars (Mars in the seventh house) in a person's birth-chart is associated with passive-aggressive behavior.
When we say that gender is a "social construct," we mean that gender is not a result of natural, physical, or biological differences. Those sorts of differences are referred to as "sex" differences: for instance, chromosomal differences, genital differences, and so on. Something like the idea that boys like blue and girls like pink is a gender difference; there is no natural or biological reason for it - it's simply socially constructed, a concept that we all agree with for no other reason than that we agree upon it. Basically, when someone claims that something is a social construct, they are saying that there is no natural or scientific basis for it; it exists only due to human behavior, thought, and interference.
Audrey Light has written: 'Gender differences in the quit behavior of young workers' -- subject- s -: Statistics, Resignation, Women employees, Employees, Sex differences, Male employees
It's fairly aggressive
to a certain point yes
Any amount of alcohol can create an aggressive behavior within a person.
Jail time, injury, in patient therapy, death, worse behavior, etc.