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Heat and Human Aggression

It's suggested that increased ambient temperatures tend to increase aggressive behavior in humans.

There is no generally agreed explanation.

See: ‘Ambient Temperature and Horn Honking : A Field Study of the Heat/Aggression Relationship’ in: Environment and Behavior, March 1986 vol. 18 no. 2 179-191.

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