Aggression in play.
Adults may think that play is something that is fun and shouldn’t be taken seriously. Children often take it seriously. They may concentrate on something for quite a long time and practice it over and over again. Play is a developmental process for children and has important consequences for them. For example some activities may help to develop muscles and concentration while others may help develop social skills and to act
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of itself and doesn’t recognise the needs and wants of others.
Some children soon learn how to use hostile aggression. They start to tease and call names. Social and developmental psychologists have studied the origins of aggression and have found links with both biological and environmental factors. Those supporting biological factors show how changing hormone and metabolic levels will alter aggressive behaviour. Social learning theorists have shown that social factors can overcome genetic ones.