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Objective: To explore the developmental characteristics
of aggression providing a basis for further intervention of psychological
health education. Methods: With the application of AQ Personality Trait Scale, the
two-year survey measured in total 4919 high school students’ aggression inChongqing. The effective
follow-up rate was 85.63%. Results: The results indicated that high school
students’ aggression was decreasing with time. As to the manifestation of
aggression, boys were more inclined to external attack, while girls tended to transfer
aggression to negative emotions toward themselves. Development characteristics
were also different in gender in the following aspects: physical attack, verbal attack, anger and self-attack. Both in
high aggression group and low aggression group, there was a depolarized trend
in aggression development, which was returning to average from the extremes.
Conclusion: Aggression was decreasing with the passage of time. The aggression
development characteristics were very different between boys and girls, between
highly aggressive students and lowly aggressive students.