When emotional bonds are formed, the desire either to maintain the relationship, when one is playing with the same group, or to create new bonds with a new group is strengthened. All in all, this study also again showed the influence of social identity in virtual communities. 6.1.7 Positive & Negative Anticipated Emotions Both positive and negative emotions have an impact on desire, which shows that as both focus on the emotions upon achievement, that ingress is a hedonic system. It also shows that user perceive playing with others to not only be a positive experience, but they also regret their choices if they do not participate. Still, in accordance with (Bagozzi & Dholakia, 2002), the impact of positive anticipated emotions was stronger with a coefficient of 0.4 and negative emotions only 0.16.
Individuals will probably help the individuals who are more appealing or critical, whose approval is desired. Internal reward is created without anyone else's input when helping, for instance, feeling of goodness and self satisfaction. At the point when seeing somebody in trouble, one would sympathize and are stimulated and bothered. We may help so as to decrease the arousal and distress. Preceding helping behavior, individuals deliberately figure the advantages and expenses of helping and not helping, and they help when the general advantage of exceeding the
According to Rogers’s theory, an individual with high level of self-esteem normally is more confident to him/herself when confront to challenges,and optimistic to deal with the failure. However, individuals with low self-esteem may be pessimistic, most of them probably will avoid to accept challenges in life and unable to believe that life is not always satisfying but sometimes it happens to be unpleasant. Rogers also stated that individuals need positive regarded which involve the ways others analyse and judge a person in daily social interaction as individuals like to being admired, cherished, and trusted by others. Positive regarded is divided into unconditional positive regard and conditional positive regard. A person is being loved and accepted by their family members or significant person for what he/she is is categorized as unconditional positive regards.
Self-esteem refers to how a person feels about himself or herself. It is a subjective emotional evaluation of one’s worth or personal value. It is understanding of self on the basis of beliefs and emotions or how according to them they fit into the society. If a person wants to make a position in life high self-esteem is a must. A person with high self-esteem has leadership skills, high decision making power, are more confident, love and respect themselves.
Values, although tend to be stable, they can be changed or can be developed because values have cognitive, affective and behavioural components (Baillie & Black, 2015). Potter and Perry (2014) added that values influence behaviour basing on a conviction that a certain action is right depending on the given circumstances. Culture, society and personality were identified by Rokeach (1973, as cited in Baillie & Black, 2015) as key precedent of human values. Furthermore, as a person becomes more aware of and reflective about him/herself, he/she can consider to change his/her value set and will also result in modifying his/her attitudes and behaviour. By understanding one’s own personal values, he or she will become sensitive to the values of others.
What this really means is that we tend to deceive ourselves by ways of thinking called self-serving biases. Self-serving biases are thought strategies that allow people to spare themselves from the blame of anything that goes wrong so that they can continue to see themselves in a positive way. For example, one very common self-serving bias is when people do well at something, they automatically assume that they did well because of their own talents and skill and they are happy to take the credit personally. However, if they do something that does not turn out well, they automatically attribute the failure or bad result to some exterior circumstance or other reason other than themselves for why they did poorly. When this is explained so clearly is sounds kind of silly and almost childish, but I was surprised to realize how often I do this (usually without even noticing it), and how most people I know do the same thing.
When a group experience arouses people and makes them anonymous, they become less self-aware and self-restrained, a psychological state known as deindividuation. In social facilitation, the mere presence of others arouses us, improving our performance on easy or well-learned tasks but decreasing it on difficult ones. In social facilitation, it enhances performance on easy tasks and inhibits performance on difficult tasks. It appears that others affect our performance by just being there, as evaluators, and by distracting us. In social
This exists when members of the group credit successes to their personalities, and failures to situational factors. Members of an in-group also tend to think of members of their group as better than outsiders, and they tend to lump outsiders together, while viewing members of the in-group as diverse and unique individuals. This type of error is also associated with the defense mechanism, rationalization. Rationalization protects self-esteem and self-concept so when confronted by success or failure, people tend to attribute achievement to their own qualities and skills while failures are blamed on other people or outside
He does agree with virtues and vices, and believes that people act virtuously for their own benefit. Would agreeing to the benefits of virtues and vices, still play a role in the idea that there could be an afterlife? People act in ways to benefit their own agenda. Participating in virtuous actions allows for someone to gain a pleasant spot in the afterlife. People do not act good without knowing that there is some kind of benefit in it for them.
In my opinion, the good life can be defined as a way that someone plans to live virtuously by having a great education, enough money, and helping others. In other words, good life mean to me when life looks like a blessing than a burden. This essay aims to provide more than one answers about what does a good life mean? Human beings, since their apparition is often misled what it is really mean a good life. We have been seen on the television or magazines that having a good life means being rich or famous when many of them, in reality, are miserable by a problem that wouldn’t affect ordinary people.