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Based on "kicking the barking dog" effect, this study investigated the mechanism of triggered displaced aggression from the perspectives of individuals and groups. The results revealed that (1) when the provocation and triggering situation appeared simultaneously, individuals showed a stronger hostile attribution and aggression toward the trigger; (2) The hostile attribution played a complete mediating role in the influence of anger on the triggered displaced aggression, and the triggeringdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-279008/v1 fatcat:urgij7n455hw7clg6ggfwzag5y