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E. S. Barratt proposed the termimpulsive aggressionto define a kind of aggression that is characterized by acting without thinking because of high levels of impulsivity. Previous research using psychometric measures has shown that impulsivity and aggression are related as far as psychometric measures are concerned. Nevertheless, most of the research has been done with samples of university students. Our research tests whether this relationship is stable across different samples; universitydoi:10.1017/s1138741600004480 fatcat:h2q5ztuzpjcztigixu4s54e6ky