Mechanizmy agresji zabójców
Rocznik: 1977 Tom: 3 Numer: 3
Conducted analysis of killers have led to distinguish three models of aggressive (murder) behavior. Although each of the models has been already described in literature, their frequency of occurrence (particularly of A and C types) is reversed. The analysis showed that alcohol related problems in part determine aggressive behavior. Type B aggression suggests the significance of alcohol addiction as a specific and important factor in this model. Each of the specified models has a different organisation structure. The A model means usually a reactive aggression, model B – aggressive action, and C –"aggressive activity". 42 killers were excluded from the analysis, as they could not be classified under any of the aggression models. Also many new murder-associated phenomena such as the increasing number of serial killers, murders committed by organised groups or contract killers have not been analysed. The analysis of these problems will surely bring about many interesting results for better understanding of killer's aggression mechanisms.