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The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of anger management training on adolescent aggression behavior. This study uses a quasi-experimental method, with one group pretest-posttest design. The treatment is only given to one group. The population of this study is 15 male neglected and street adolescences. The subjects of this study were six male adolescences (Mage = 14 years old, SD =.75), with highly aggressive behavior. Aggression behavior is measured using the CBCL (Child Behaviordoi:10.14710/jp.19.1.95-107 fatcat:cm5rvwyygjhmhgoltbuemqmy4i