Presentation Title

**Aggression among Adolescents through Cross Cultural Research Methods** Exemplary Presentation

Faculty Mentor

Eric Kohatsu

Start Date

18-11-2017 9:15 AM

End Date

18-11-2017 9:30 AM

Location

15-1822

Session

Social Science 3

Type of Presentation

Oral Talk

Subject Area

behavioral_social_sciences

Abstract

Aggression is a byproduct of IED in the DSM-5 of which defines intermittent explosive disorder as “recurrent behavioral outbursts representing a failure to control aggressive impulses.” (DSM5) Through a cross cultural perspective the researcher will analyze African American youth including psychological implications thereof resultant of bullying/domestic violence. Intermittent explosive disorder is the response to white verbal remarks that cause micro-aggressive behavior towards white youth in a high school setting. A therapy that can resolve symptoms of IED is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. In addition, client disclosure is necessary for interventions leading up to choosing a therapist to deal with these social issues revolving around racism. African American pathologies can be expressed through review of longitudinal research to eliminate the micro-aggressive response in therapy. The need for post treatment, was prevalently high after the race module at Grover Cleveland High School was completed.

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Nov 18th, 9:15 AM Nov 18th, 9:30 AM

**Aggression among Adolescents through Cross Cultural Research Methods** Exemplary Presentation

15-1822

Aggression is a byproduct of IED in the DSM-5 of which defines intermittent explosive disorder as “recurrent behavioral outbursts representing a failure to control aggressive impulses.” (DSM5) Through a cross cultural perspective the researcher will analyze African American youth including psychological implications thereof resultant of bullying/domestic violence. Intermittent explosive disorder is the response to white verbal remarks that cause micro-aggressive behavior towards white youth in a high school setting. A therapy that can resolve symptoms of IED is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. In addition, client disclosure is necessary for interventions leading up to choosing a therapist to deal with these social issues revolving around racism. African American pathologies can be expressed through review of longitudinal research to eliminate the micro-aggressive response in therapy. The need for post treatment, was prevalently high after the race module at Grover Cleveland High School was completed.