In this paper, the cluster sampling is used. To study the relationship between shyness and aggres-sion as well as the moderate effects of self-control, we test 64 detainees in a lockup in Liaocheng by using questionnaires method separately. Results show that shyness could positively predict the aggression level. What’s more, self-control has no moderate effects on shyness and aggression, but impulse control, an aspect of self-control, has positive moderate effects on the relationship between shyness and aggression.
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