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PERCEIVING PROPENSITY FOR AGGRESSION ANALYZING FACIAL ANTHROPOMETRY, FWHR & LUNG FUNCTION PARAMETERS AMONGST CHILDREN OF ATHLETIC AND NONATHLETIC TYPES IN WEST BENGAL

Subrata Ghosh*, Titlee Majumder, Gopi Krishna Mondal, Anandi Bagchi, Sudip Sundar Das and Somnath Gangopadhyay

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Background: Aggression is an offensive action, wh i c h i n c l u d e s the practice of doing a s saul t o r attack, phys i cal ly or verbally to other in general. Facial-width-to-height ratio (fWHR), Farka‟s craniofacial landmarks and dynamic lung function parameters are found to be correlated amongst pre-pubertal child athletes & non athletes in West Bengal. Objectives: Comparing and contrasting phenotypic bio-markers of aggression amongst pre- pubertal child athletes and non-athletes in West Bengal depending on cognitive anthropometric parameters, facial anthropometry, aggression score, fWHR & LFT data. Materials and Methods: a. Physical & Cranio-facial Anthropometric parameters. b. Dynamic lung function parameters c. Cognitive task analysis methods by BPAQ scale. Results: All statistical results emerged, showed clear indications towards meaningful phenotypic trait markers of aggression amongst pre-pubertal child athletes & non-athletes of this area. Discussion: Social dominance hierarchies play a pivotal role in shaping athletic performances. To date, however, few physical and cognitive markers of dominance have been identified. Such markers would be valuable in terms of understanding the etiology of dominant behavior and changes in social hierarchies over time. Conclusion: Two sample t tests ensure the developing differences amongst athletic and non athletic children. Facial height, head length, vital capacity, verbal aggression, physical aggression and hostility scores are found to be instrumental regarding correlated phenotypic biomarkers amongst child athletes. However En-Ex, VA, PA and FEV-1/SVC are found to be equally instrumental amongst child non athletes at least in this part of the world.

Keywords: Facial anthropometry, aggression, Spirometry, fWHR.


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