Abstract: The aim of this study is to examine the moderating effect of anger in the relationship between jealousy and relational aggression among old women and based on this examination to suggest methods to moderate relational aggression increasingly visible among old women and help them have mental stability. To create data, this study did survey on 385 old women residing in Seoul and Chungnam Province in June 2017. Excepting for the one copy which has many questions which were not answered and two copies women of 50's answered on 382 copies of the questionnaire were used for analysis. To examine the moderating effect of anger on the relationship between jealousy and relational aggression, this study conducted hierarchical multiple regression analysis. Main results were first, interaction of jealousy and situational anger increases responsive aggression. Second, interaction of jealousy and attribute anger increases responsive aggression. Third, interaction of jealousy and situational anger increases leading aggression. But the moderating effect of attribute anger was not significant.
Y.A. Seong and Y.J. Kim, 2018. A Study on Moderating Effect of Anger in the Relationship Between Jealousy and Relational Aggression. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 13: 7959-7965.