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Anger in Conflict

Anger in Conflict

Author: Craig Coletta

At the end of this tutorial, the learner will understand means of dealing with anger in conflict situations

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Terms to Know

An emotion associated with aggressive behavior associated with a triggering event.


Attributing a negative condition for oneself to another's actions or inactions.


Category of interpersonal interactions characterized by hostility or attempts to obstruct/frustrate another; expression of aggression in non-assertive, subtle (i.e. passive or indirect) ways.

Primary Emotion

When two or more emotions are felt, the emotion which is most important to the person experiencing the emotions.

Secondary Emotion

When two or more emotions are felt, the emotion less important to the experience (though may be the emotion most prominently displayed).


Expressing the feeling of anger in a non-blaming way, acknowledging the emotion of anger and its causes/reasons.