Kim Maertz said, researcher believes that perfectionism also can affect self esteem level. This is because, Chufar & Pettijohn (2013) found adaptive perfectionist may have higher self esteem than maladaptive perfectionist. Dr. Kim Maertz also mentioned if we want to increasing self esteem, we should let go of perfectionism. Some people will decrease the level of self esteem if their achievement not up to their expectation. So, to raising back self esteem level, we need to lower the expectations and by doing so, our self esteem can soar.
2015 ). Not all personal values, however, drive us to act prosocially. Based on Schwartz’s (2010) research on personal values, Paciello et al. (2013a) identified two main sets of opposite personal values related to engagement in prosocial behavior, namely self-transcendent and self-enhancement ones. While self-transcendent values are characterized by praising welfare and acceptance, and as such are positively correlated with propensity to help, self-enhancement ones are correlated to seeking power and achievement, and therefore are negatively correlated to helping behavior (Schwartz, 2010; Paciello et al., 2013a; Boer & Fischer, 2013).
This type of response is more likely to happen. If you want the right thing to happen, reward it with positive measures. Repetition with positive rewards always makes out to be a better influence for a child’s upbringing and how they react to the set goal. I would like to say that Operant Conditioning is a better form of learning because it is strengthened by positive consequences or weakened by a negative consequence. You reward to improve behavior, or you take away or time-out to give them time to think about what they did wrong.
Prudence serves as some sort of fine tune for “pleasure scale” by which one can differentiate and seek pleasures that are more valuable and avoid the other. But is there some intrinsic feature of certain pleasure that makes it valuable? The causes of pain (both physical and mental) are unnecessary or unreasonable desires i.e. the ones “that do not lead to pain when they remain unsatisfied” . The more unreasonable desire is the more pain will cause and its
“Failure is not always bad” (Amy C. Edmondson strategies for learning from failure, the April 2011 issue) if failure is defined positively and perceptively, the fallibility is possibly accepted as opportunities for people to increase their maturity and liberate themself from the fear of failure. Those experiences could be turned into motivation and background knowledge that drive people to the further more successfully and
The individual should do something changes his thoughts towards rational. Froggatt (2005) as cited in Ainan Razlin (2015) explains in REBT perspectives, the changes can be seen in different level. There are differences between feel better and get better. Froggatt said that clients are always confusing between these statuses thus stopping the efforts to overcome the conflict because they think they feel better. They ‘feel better’ level can be achieved by doing changes in physical activities such as exercising, eating schedule and medication intake.
Most people considers Intelligent Quotient (IQ) as an important factor to succeed in their career as professionals, while on the other hand, Emotional Intelligence (EI) are sometimes neglected. Intelligent quotient is usually inborn while Emotional Intelligence can be developed in an individual. Some people are not aware of the importance and benefits of being emotionally stable and its contribution to their success as an individual. As a person, success depends on how one handles their own emotion and of other people in the society. There are certain theorist that emphasized the importance of Emotional Intelligence, among them is Daniel Goleman (1996), he suggested that emotional quotient (EQ) might actually be more important than intelligence
(2012: 241-248) explain that touch can serve as explicit manifestations of feelings toward the touched person, but it may also convey discrete emotions. Furthermore, touch is often used when a person tries to convince the other person to do something. Indeed, studies have shown that touch may considerably affect people’s mood, perceptions, and behaviors even if it is very subtle. This influence might be unconscious both on the part of the touched person and the person who is touching. Other functions of touching behaviors include interaction management (structuring the interaction without interrupting verbal message), physiological stimulus (the touch can be either intrinsically calming, but when it is unexpected it is likely to increase anxiety), healing, and symbolism.
Negative feedback and failure can cause an individual’s intrinsic motivation to decrease whereas positive feedback and success causes an increase in intrinsic motivation. Empirical research supports this as (Bandura and Schunk, 1981) and numerous other authors have carried out studies to support this information. (Deci and Ryan, 1985) Make an account relating to the connection amongst perception of competence and motivation. Circumstances that provide failure feedback produce emotions of incompetence and can undermines ones intrinsic motivation for the activity being carried out. Whereas success can increase ones intrinsic motivation and
While Maslow argues that the progress of individuals increases as ascend the pyramid, as a result of the satisfaction of the lower needs, the ERG theory also adopts the hypothesis of progression of satisfaction, but also presents a hypothesis regression frustration, which means that you can activate a need for lower order, which was already satisfied when a higher order cannot be cover. So, when attempts to meet the needs of personal development are constantly frustrated, the relations needs could become the key motivator once again (Danish, & Usman, 2010). A feature of this theory is the finding that can be activated more than one need at a