I put 2 link of we transfer , where you can see the video, I divided it into 2 links
https://we.tl/t-nqRmto7SLg Â fist 5 minÂ
https://we.tl/t-QpzgbD8b7a Â last partÂ
Chapter 10: Make sure you closely watch the film for this chapter focusing on catharsis (I know there is a problem with the link in the PowerPoint in Part Three. I really apologize, and I’ll try to get it working this week. Instead, go into the “Module” Folder and find the “Video Folder” there. Under Chapter 10, you will see a link to the clip called “Soothing the Savage Beast”. Click it and watch! Again, sorry about the powerpoint links. Still figuring out this crazy Canvas learning management system!).
Although original aggression theories thought that venting your anger could be therapeutic (i.e. cathartic), recent research shows that venting anger can actually make you angrier â€“ at least for some people. For this discussion, think about your own life and how you deal with anger. After watching the video, answer at least THREE of the following questions: 1). Do you under-vent, over-vent, or do you fall somewhere in the middle (and why)? 2). Describe a time when you were really angry, and tell me how you handled that anger. 3). Do you feel catharsis when you vent? In what way? 4). Do you fit more into the Type A or Type B personality, and how might that impact the way you deal with situations. 5). What did you think about the accuracy of the film, and is there research (or anecdotes you know of) that go against what the film proposes? For your follow-up comment, compare your responses to at least one group mates and see if you can help â€œguideâ€ each other to a healthier way of expressing your anger (if needed!). Try to figure out if they use similar approaches or different. If different, which do you think is better and why?