Irritable Aggression (aggression directed towards an available target induced by some sort of frustration ) refers to a kind of aggression and rage directed towards an object when the aggressor is frustrated, hurt, deprived, or stressed. Resulting to one person aggressing towards objects as an acceptable outlet of the aggression. Some individuals who do not use or have available, appropriate outlets could experienced this aggression into others

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