As an International Affiliate of the American Psychological Association (APA), the world’s leading scientific psychological organisation, I regularly receive information about the latest scientific findings in the field.
In this edition of the APA’s flagship podcast, ‘Speaking of Psychology’, Dr Howard Kassinove of Hofstra University and Dr Raymond Tafrate of Central Connecticut State University share their practical and research-based experience about anger with interviewer Kim Mills.
This information is available as:
- text https://www.apa.org/news/podcasts/speaking-of-psychology/anger
- audio https://www.apa.org/news/podcasts/speaking-of-psychology/anger
- audio-visual https://youtu.be/BNJPANGrNiI (Running time 42 minutes).
In their discussion they distinguish between anger & aggression and how anger can be managed in unhelpful (maladaptive) or helpful (adaptive) ways. They recommend reading (some) self-help books or attending therapy as evidence-based interventions to help people with managing anger.