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Some Experiments Regarding Frustration

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There are many studies and experiments on frustration. Scientists define this emotion as the reduction or suppression of stimuli that individuals consider rewarding. Generally, frustrating situations all involve a seemingly unsolvable problem or an insurmountable obstacle. Many researchers have conducted experiments on frustration on both animals and humans. They’ve been studying this emotion since 1950 and found similar answers in relation to both animals and humans. There are several ways to generate frustration in humans. For instance, you can reduce or eliminate a rewarding stimulus. You can also place the individual in a difficult and seemingly unsolvable situation. This concept…

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Chantal Maille
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