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2. ---oei)endent measures that have been used d1 fer 1n an important, but frequently unrecognized or unacknowledged, way-namely, in the extent to which subjects have a choice not to aggress at all. This factor may well affect the subjects' behavior when it is examined across blocks of trials. For example, in the Buss procedure, the subject--short of discontinuing his/her participation in the experiment--must aggress, by delivering an electric shock to the confederate on each trial, and the question is just one of the intensity (shock level) that is chosen.
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A test of Val ins's reinterpretation of the s chaciite'"r-STngerresu"ffs using v1 sua lly-presentedta 1se heart- rate feedback----arid videotaped emotion-TndUCingiSequences. Unpublished manuscript, University of Califonia, San Diego, 1974. Kone~ni, V. J. &Frank, C. Effects of current and anticipated physical stress, and propriocept1ve-ree~ from fac1al expre~ o~judgments of own emotional state. Unpublished manuscript, University of CallfOn~an Diego, 1977. 38 Konetni, V. J. &Manley, J. The effects of anger, and the level of certainty thatthe anger1ns"t"lg"a'for haS "fie'en~t-;- on aggres"'STv'e behavTO'r.