‘Dealing with an Angry Person’ Virtual Conference
About a third of Americans say they regularly interact with angry people, which is not at all surprising when you consider that most Americans also say they get angry at least once a day. while anger can be a healthy emotion that is expressed in a number of ways, it can result in poor treatment, social discomfort, or even physical violence. This talk will explore the psychological underpinnings of why people get angry with a focus on how to best navigate those challenging social interactions we often encounter.
Dr. Ryan Martin an ager researcher, is Associate Dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and UW-Green Bay. View a brief video from Dr. Martin here.