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Anger is One Letter Short of Danger

I think Elliott Larson sums up anger well in his quote, “Anger is only one letter short of danger.” Anger can be evoked by any number of personalised triggers, with everyone having their own individual “pet hates”, tolerances, and breaking … Continue reading

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Introduction to Anger

I think Elliott Larson sums anger up well in his quote; “Anger is only one letter short of danger.” Anger can be evoked by any number of personalised triggers, with everyone having their own individual “pet hates”, tolerances, and breaking … Continue reading

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Paul Ekman’s Anger Profile of President Obama Part 1

Dr Paul Ekman is interviewed by Newton Hightower, LCSW, Founder and Director of The Center for Anger Resolution, Inc.

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Emotions Can Also Harm

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Anger or Disgust? Blended Emotions

When I first started examining faces, learning micro expressions and trying to determine what emotions were present in an image or video, another that I got stuck with was telling the difference between anger and disgust. The main ingredients of … Continue reading

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Anger, Contempt & Disgust Indicators of Violence & Dangerous Intent: Risk Prevention

“Among leaders of groups that committed aggressive acts, there was a significant increase in expressions of anger, contempt and disgust from 3 to 6 months prior to the group committing an act of violence. For nonviolent groups, expressions of anger, … Continue reading

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