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A study of temper and temperature looked at aggressive behavior (measured by daily aggravated assaults in a major city) across varying degrees of heat (temperature measured in degrees Fahrenheit). What relationship between temperature and aggression did this study find?

▸ Temperature and aggressive acts showed a linear relationship, with steady increases in aggression across all recorded temperatures.

▸ There was no consistent relationship between temperature and acts of aggression.

▸ Acts of aggression were more common in colder temperatures, and decreased as the temperature rose.

▸ As temperature rose aggression also rose, but only to a certain point, after which aggressive acts dropped off.
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