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Human behavior is the potential and expressed capacity mentally , physically , and socially of human individuals or groups to respond to internal and external stimuli throughout their life. Behavior is also driven, in part, by thoughts and feelings , which provide insight into individual psyche , revealing such things as attitudes and values. Human behavior is shaped by psychological traits , as personality types vary from person to person, producing different actions and behavior. Extraverted people, for instance, are more likely than introverted people to participate in social activities like parties. The behavior of humans just as of other organisms falls upon a spectrum, whereby some behaviors are common while others unusual, and some are acceptable while others beyond acceptable limits.
The text is well organized and comprehensive covering the lifespan of individuals and specific concerns relative human development through the phases of a human life. Comprehensiveness rating: 5 see less. Overall the text is well written. But in certain sections of the include grammatical errors and confusing sentence structures. The content is easy to follow as terms and concepts are used consistently in meaning and purpose.
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Human behavior and the social environment HBSE courses in social work focus on the reciprocity between individuals and their social contexts; at the micro level, the curriculum explores human development across the life span. Our focus in this second volume is much broader, as the title implies. The importance of the environmental context in shaping behavior is the overarching theme of this text and the critical thinking exercises, resource recommendations, and sample test questions provided in this instructor's manual reflect this fact. The critical thinking exercises have as their purpose the development of awareness of one's beliefs and attitudes toward social oppression in the society, especially of people with backgrounds that are diverse from those of the mainstream. Consistent with the theoretical framework of HBSE, Macro Level , we present in this manual, a holistic model that encompasses mind, body, spirit, and environment. The biological portion of bio-psycho-social-spiritual framework takes as its focal point, the physical world of the air we breathe, the soil as a source of nourishment for plant and animal life, and the water that sustains the existence of all living things.
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There are so many things to keep in mind about Lifespan Psychology; 1. Lifespan Psychology is a scientific, developmental approach that focuses on human development. Scientists who study the lifespan know that neither heredity nor environment alone can account for the full range of human development. Development is a continuing process throughout the lifespan.
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