Comparing Verbal Aggressiveness & Argumentativeness Video

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When discussing types of argument-driven personalities, what is the general term for a person who is prone to arguments?

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1. What is the focus of an argument with verbal aggressiveness?

2. Why is verbal aggressiveness often considered to be a skill deficiency?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

In this quiz and worksheet, you'll find questions that test your understanding about the difference between verbal aggressiveness and argumentativeness. The subjects covered here include the focus of an argument with verbal aggressiveness and the definition of argumentativeness.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Use this quiz to see how well you know:

  • The general term for a person prone to arguments
  • The focus of an argument with verbal aggressiveness
  • Why verbal aggressiveness is often considered a skill deficiency
  • How argumentativeness is defined
  • The primary difference between verbal aggressiveness and argumentativeness

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the general term for a person prone to arguments
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson about comparing argumentativeness and verbal aggressiveness
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about why verbal aggressiveness might be described as a skill deficiency

Additional Learning

To review this subject in greater detail, check out our lesson called Comparing Verbal Aggressiveness & Argumentativeness at your leisure. After completing this lesson, you should be ready to do the following:

  • Explain why some people might be more prone to arguments
  • Give examples of verbally aggressive behavior
  • Differentiate between arguing to win and arguing to resolve
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