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Uncovering Anger: The Evolution of Labels and Their Concordance in Academic Discourse

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Question: Over the last 50 years, researchers have assigned different labels to the construct of anger to explain different modes of anger. Spielberger (1988) introduced two facets of anger as state and trait anger. State anger is a psychobiological subjective state of anger that varies in intensity over time; that is, the intensity of anger in a particular time. We come across students who experience intense anger during games, classroom discussions and sports. These students experience state anger in that specific situation. Intensity of experiencing anger can vary from student to student, and situation to situation. In what tense is the sentence “Spielberger (1988) introduced two facets of anger as state and trait anger?” d) Explain the type of concord between the subject and the verb in the sentence “These students experience state anger in that specific situation”

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The sentence "Spielberger (1988) introduced two facets of anger as state and trait anger" is in the past tense, as it refers to an action that took place in the past. In the sentence "These students experience state anger in that specific situation", the subject "students" and the verb "experience" exhibit subject-verb agreement (also known as concord). In English, the basic rule is that a singular subject takes a singular verb, while a plural subject takes a plural verb. Here, "students" is a plural subject, and "experience" is the corresponding plural form of the verb. This is known as plural concord.

Answered by gpt-4

April 15, 2024, 11:26 a.m.

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Published: Monday, April 15, 2024

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