ego” to contribute to the environmentally conscious state. The “superego” on the other side assists in rational thinking and action as human beings. Breaking down of ego and superego bring the temptations and personal desires but when the “id” takes control of the mental state, the individual actions take environmental basis thus developing violence for instance (Rapoport 540).What does more research that is recent say about a likely evolutionary role for violence? What does Hawley's research say about this? The recent research on the violence evolutionary role points out that the people capacity for the collective act of violence has species evolutionary base. It considers the violence as evolutionary adaptive. This research argues on the emergence of evolutionary adaptive by-product from a given social, political and ecological origin (Rapoport 350). Despite this argument, there is consistent view that there is more of an evolutional byproduct of collective violence as Hawley’s research states.2. What are internal mechanisms (forms of self-regulation) available for controlling aggression? There are several internal mechanisms for aggression control. The regulation behavior changes in accordance with goals or ideas from societal or internal expectation. . Analysis of Self-Regulation.
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