Aggression means doing things that can harm yourself, others, or things around you. This harm can be physical or psychological. Aggressive actions can happen in various ways, like physically, verbally, mentally, or emotionally. Psychologists categorize aggression into two types: impulsive aggression, which is often spontaneous and fueled by strong emotions like anger, and instrumental aggression, which is usually planned to achieve a specific goal.
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