aggressive personality

aggressive personality

a personality with behavior patterns characterized by irritability, impulsivity, destructiveness, or violence in response to frustration.
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Featuring a longer wheelbase and lower, wider stance, the new Civic emphasizes its aggressive personality and the engaging experience it will provide behind the wheel.
In her latest film The Lazarus Effect, when her fiance brings her character Zoe back to life, she can read minds and has a fatally aggressive personality.
15pm Comedy starring Seann William Scott as a bouncer who is recruited by an ice hockey team, the Halifax Highlanders, as a 'goon' due to his aggressive personality.
A typical scenario demonstrating the passive aggressive personality type would be, for example, a wife who is supposed to come home at 6pm to go with her husband to visit his family.
We appreciate Tony's aggressive personality to help his dealer and, in turn, build the Taurus brand," Rothenberg said.
Mr AsKins said Simpson was described by staff as "short-tempered" and having an aggressive personality.
METHODS: The effect of tryptophan (vs placebo) depletion on processing of Ekman emotional faces was compared in impulsive aggressive personality disordered, male and female adults with normal controls.
The study also found that watching more television in childhood was associated, in adulthood, with aggressive personality traits, an increased tendency to experience negative emotions, and an increased risk of antisocial personality disorder; a psychiatric disorder characterised by persistent patterns of aggressive and antisocial behaviour.
She said Swartout showed no evidence of aggressive personality traits or engaging in violence.
Voters were disappointed over Sarkozy's handling of France's economy — which has high unemployment and low growth — and recoiled at his aggressive personality.
His outrageous costumes, aggressive personality and willingness to do almost anything for a laugh (even cross-dressing) were straight out of the vaudeville playbook but seemed brand new to mainstream America.

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