Aggressive Script

An internalised template for behavior and problem solving that is developed and stored in memory, and characterised by aggression
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Every studio in town was eyeing a "Halo" movie, though it now appears Fox and U will land it after an aggressive script sale that alienated some previously interested execs.
Fangio clearly was dusting off his play-calling chops with an aggressive script, and young EDGE rushers Isaiah Irving and Kylie Fitts each produced a sack and two QB hits.
All the facilitators noted that the life of most youths are tied to the media which often reinforce delinquent behaviours and provides aggressive scripts. Using the term media emotionality, they caution the application of sentiments or supportive emotions to media content without proper verification or investigation of content genuity.
And Pederson's boss, VP of football Howie Roseman, rebuilt the Eagles from the Chip Kelly dumpster fire to arguably the league's most talented bunch by authoring one of the more aggressive scripts we've seen in recent NFL memory.
"Past research has shown that viewing physical violence on TV activates aggressive scripts in the brain, but our findings suggest that watching both onscreen physical or relational aggression activates those cognitive scripts," Linder said.
It also leads to the development of aggressive scripts, which are basically ways of thinking about how the social world works.
A I READ the script and was impressed with the adaptation that Doug had done and at the time, in the wake of September 11 and everything that was going on at the time around the world, I was feeling a little disillusioned and reading all these aggressive scripts, I thought none of it really appealed to me.