Psychology is the science which studies about human thinking patterns and behaviors. Psychology has its different approaches where biological approach stands as one of the oldest divisions psychology had. Biological model is one of the main model in psychology also it has being spreading very widely through the frame of psychology and it has now absorbed all the approaches and the biological module is offering explanation to almost all the human behavior. But the real problem occurs when biological approach tries to offer explanation to the abnormal behavior human have because there are many explanation against the biological explanation to the abnormal behavior people had. Biological approach, offers many explanations how the nervous system,
Throughout the years, psychologists have proposed many theories to explain or justify human behavior. Sometimes they justify the things people do by genetic predisposition or “human nature”. But the true explanation of human behavior is life. Aside from mental illness, everyone’s actions can be explained by the interactions they see and the interactions they have, for human behavior is only observable in a social context. Comparatively, the monster’s actions in the book directly result from the things he has seen and the interactions he has had.
He is not afraid or ashamed to be himself. He embraced his flaws and does not let others opinions of him impact his opinion of himself. Joey became a stronger and mature person, he is no longer afraid to be himself and will defend himself when needed. The obstacles that he overcame helped him become who he
Person Centered Therapy and the Case of Fritz Patient Centered Therapy (PCT) assumes that the patient is the expert on themselves. That human beings are naturally positive, trustworthy, capable of growth and they are drawn to towards realizing their full potential. In the right setting, we will become our most creative selves. PCT defies tenants of other therapeutic models, such as psychoanalysis, because it does not put the therapist at the helm.
On the other hand, someone who always seeks approval from others would have experienced conditional positive regard (Rogers for example— his autocratic upbringing), (Schultz, D. Schultz, S. E., 1998). People create their own self-growth given the appropriate circumstances, especially unconditional positive
A goal that most people seek to attain, the good life as described by Rogers is achieved by the person fulfilling certain principles. Rogers believed humans are born with a desire to be the best they can and if an individual lived in an environment of unconditional positive regard such individuals would be psychologically healthy with a positive unconditional self-regard and the potential to attain self-actualisation. Unfortunately, such environments are rare and as result people develop conditions of worth. While there are many areas within Rogerian theory, one worth noting is known as the Phenomenal Field. This consists of
Weber trusted that value-based pioneers were those that worked inside of the current frameworks or environment to accomplish results. For instance, he estimated the official is a value-based pioneer viable in utilizing their insight, or legitimate power, to accomplish results. Alluring pioneers were transformational in Weber 's model. These people were practically divine in nature, and were frequently contrasted with saints.
The ability to grow and be the best of who we are by appreciating the awe and fascination of the world around us, paves a way to be an ideal person. In order to be a fully functioning individual it is essential that we observe situations and problems objectively despite the hindrances of the society. Self actualization is a part of the Humanistic approach where behavior is observed through an individual’s experience. Therefore, a Humanistic psychologist would observe a client from the client’s point of view and not through his inspection, because Humanism exercises free will, allowing the client to make his own choices, reach his capabilities and accomplish his ideal-self.
When Jake became highly anxious about his classes, a psychologist diagnosed with an anxiety disorder. However, the ways psychologist would look at the origin and treatment of Jakes anxiety would differ depending on the approach. A behavior approach would look at the environment around Jake, while the cognitive approach which would look at how Jake thinks. The humanistic approach would identify that Jake is not in harmony with his surroundings and look at the way he thought of himself. If one were to look at the origin of Jakes anxiety from the Behavioral approach, it would be based only on observations.
I am the type of person who gets anxious making a phone call, but has the ability to feel completely at ease wandering around an unfamiliar city with only the slightest knowledge of how to get wherever it is I am going. There is something very satisfying about meeting new people and exploring places I’ve never been before. For someone who has always preferred to keep to herself, I have an overwhelming curiosity about the world around me, and I dedicate a lot of my time trying to understand the people in it. When I was little, maybe around five or six, I would play this game where every time strangers caught my attention, I would make up a story about how and why they met, and write about how they ended up in the same place as me. This game resulted in a dozen composition notebooks full of stories that are now stacked in the corner of my