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hostility

[häs′til·əd·ē]
(psychology)
The feeling or display of anger, antagonism, or resistance toward an individual or group.
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20 ( ANI ): Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said on Saturday that the people of valley were the worst victims of the hostility between the two neighbouring countries India and Pakistan.
We need only watch the evening news to see that Christians encounter hostility and subtle persecution with the U.
STRESS IN SERIAL ARGUMENTS: IMPLICATIONS OF SEEKING MUTUAL RESOLUTION, LISTENING, AND HOSTILITY
In a result that surprised researchers, a study in Personal Psychology found that employees who have hostile bosses are better off on several measures If they return the hostility, as these workers felt less like victims when they retaliated against their bad bosses and, as a result, experienced less psychological distress, more job satisfaction, and more commitment to their employer.
fresh ceasefire violation in Samba sector of Jammu and Kashmir , National Conference ( NC) on Thursday the prime ministers of India and Pakistan to start a composite dialogue saying the " time was ripe" to end the hostility in the region.
The study included 6,749 people, ages 45 to 84, who were surveyed about their level of stress, depressive symptoms, anger or hostility (negative views about the world) and were followed for an average of 8Vz years.
Individuals with high levels of stress, depression, or hostility are more likely to suffer a stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA, or mini-stroke) than those who reported the lowest levels of these negative feelings, according to a recent study.
STRESS, hostility and depression can significantly increase the chances of middle-aged and older adults having a stroke, researchers have said.
They also agreed on a spirit of "social reconciliation" and an end to all expressions of hostility, including in the media.
In this light, the authors conclude that "any attempt to reduce religious hostilities by revealing them to be based on false, negative beliefs would be absurd, and increased contact might well result in increased hostility.
2) The Social Hostilities Index (SHI), which measures acts of religious hostility by private individuals, organisations or groups in society.
Global Banking News-June 11, 2013--Barclays says hostility to banks is unhealthy(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.