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By PhD Feindler Eva

In this ground-breaking exploration, a glittering array of experts examine how and why anger is considered as a secondary emotion by way of such a lot medical theories and practitioners and seeks to reply to the next questions:

  • What are anger-related issues?
  • What have they got in universal and the way are they diverse?
  • How will we deal with a number of the anger-related issues?

Drawing on one case learn, the top-notch participants every one current a unique approach to therapy for anger-related problems. via bearing in mind the diversity of views and coverings on hand for anger-related issues, this publication presents an summary of ways clinicians can enforce each one of those remedies in addition to mix remedies to supply a adapted treatment for every person client.

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Some adults seem to experience anger often, in response to stimuli that are both obvious and hidden and that vary in the objective intensity of their aversiveness. They may become angry in response to the slightest insult, the most minimal of frustrations, lack of recognition, or any level of negative feedback. Persons with personalities that have a high level of anger are characterized as quick tempered, fiery, and hotheaded. Their anger may emerge when interacting with peers, parents, children, colleagues, sales personnel, students, or strangers in anonymous environments such as subways or supermarkets.

MODELS OF ANGER ASSESSMENT The treatment of anger-related disorders can be approached from many perspectives. In later chapters, the case of Anthony is presented and treatment is reviewed from the perspectives of psychoanalysis, self-psychology, cognitive-behavioral psychology, dialectical behavior therapy, family interventions, psychopharmacology, emotion-focused treatment, Eastern spiritualism, and Adlerian psychology. In each chapter, the case is reviewed from a unique perspective with regard to the presenting problem, personal history, and anger-related difficulties.

Despite various analyses that have been put forward, the demarcation of anger from aggression remains difficult to make. For some, it may seem to be a qualitative distinction as noted by the definitions just given. For others, it may be quantitative. That is, as an aversive stimulus increases in intensity, the reaction is more likely to be called aggression rather than anger. Consider the following scenarios. In response to discovering that a 16-year-old adolescent boy has stolen $75 from his father, the father Thinks about how surprising the theft was.

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