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Psychological threat[edit | edit source]
Physical threat[edit | edit source]
A threat is also an explicit or implicit message from a person to another that the first will cause something bad to happen to the other, often except when certain demands are met. Often a weapon is used. Examples are a robbery, kidnapping, hijacking, extortion, blackmail.
The message may be vague and implicit in an attempt to avoid blame, including legal consequences, while still clear enough to serve its purpose.
See also[edit | edit source]
- Anticipatory anxiety
- Deterrence (psychology)
- Dot-probe paradigm
- Gender threat
- Interpersonal relations
- Stereotype threat
- Threat postures
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