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Anger

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What Does Anger Mean?

"Angry."
 
E.D.- age 6
 
"Anger means when you're really mad...someone hurts your body."
 
N.H.- age 8
 
"It's when you feel like there is for much angerness...and you don't feel good."
 
C.D.- age 10
 
"It's the opposite of happiness and when you don't feel good...like when you feel upset."
 
M.G.- age 12
 
 

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"Mad face."
 
E.D.- age 6
 
"I see someone really really mad about something ..like someone told on him. When someone would tell on me..i get really mad."
 
N.H.- age 8
 
"I see an angry face that does not feel very well."
 
C.D.- age 10
 
"I see somebody mad because..probably..someone hit him or knocked into him."
 
M.G.- age 12

"Someone screaming."
 
E.D.- age 6
 
"I see someone about to fight someone else. A group of girls fight someone else and thats really angry."
 
N.H.- age 8
 
"I see a person..like they try have this thing..to fight against ti like in a school or something or place that they don't have any more...like they don't get paid their usual amount for a job..and they are getting paid less..they are trying to put signs and say 'We want our usual check money back' "
 
C.D.- age 10
 
"I see somebody being mad...it looks like it is a riot..might be rioting about...maybe they are like college kids...they want something...so they are going to start a riot."
 
M.G.- age 12
 
M.G.- age 12

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Developmental Psychology PY241
Dr.Harris
TF: Dr.Cara Diyanni
Spring 2006
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