Fear-Induced Aggression (aggression associated with attempts to flee from a threat) refers to the responses believed to be biologically programmed into humans so that we act in an aggressive manner towards any form of forced confinement.

This kind of could be a major issue to prison environments. If already aggressive individuals are placed into prisons by confinement that fosters aggression risk of violence may be increased.

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