To serve others you need a favorable character, which I believe I posses. Participating in social services for orphanages and homes for elders have been experiences that build my character. By helping others I help myself be a better person, and get new prespectives of life. Being part of the National Honor Society comes with its benefits and responsibilities. I am prepared to take both and fulfill them as best as I can.
But, before labeling them as a psychopath, we should understand and investigate how are psychopaths actually are. Psychopath is from the word psyche that means soul and the word pathos that means disease. Psychopathy is a developmental disorder marked by emotional deficits and an increased risk for antisocial behavior. It is not equivalent to the diagnosis Antisocial Personality Disorder, which concentrates only on the increased risk for antisocial behavior and not a specific cause—ie, the reduced guilt and empathy that constitutes the emotional deficit (Blair, 2013). Psychopath is symptoms of abnormalities that considered as a dangerous behavior and make people feel bothered.
In the study of juvenile offenders, there are many different theories as to the development of their personalities. In this paper, I will attempt to compare and contrast Linda Mealey’s Primary sociopath Theory and Secondary sociopath theory. First, Primary sociopath theory involves “Have inherited traits that predispose them to illegal behavior; that is, they have a genotype that predispose them to antisocial behavior.”(Bartollas,pp.47,2013) In turn this creates tendencies and hobbies that portray a track of sorts. This track consists of lack of neurons firing in the frontal cortex thus making individuals lack reasoning skills and impedes on their moral development. Another factor is correct chemical balances in the body and biochemists would
If a child is neglected by their parent it can cause problems with how they interact with other children and adults. When a child is encouraged to communicate with their parents it creates a stronger bind which will also encourage the child to go out and explore/learn about the world. The first three years of a child’s life is very important for building the baby’s brain. Everything a child sees, smells, tastes, and hears helps shape their brains for feeling, thinking, moving, and
This model is predicated on the notion that individuals suffer from erroneous and illogical thinking processes, which contributes to the development of abnormal disorders. When considering OCD, cognitive theorists believe that individuals who do not know how to ignore negative thoughts create measures to neutralize them (Comer, 2013, p. 130). Since it is closely related to OCD, cognitive psychologists would likely view the development of trichotillomania in a similar fashion. Hair-pulling, therefore, becomes a means of neutralizing negative, unwanted thoughts. Overtime, this turns into chronic hair-pulling as a means of dealing with stress, anxiety, and discomfort.
Humans are made to connect to one another. Babies are born with the innate capacity to form attachments, but this nature can only develop with a devoted and responsive caregiver. The formation of attachment occurs in supportive and shared relationship the reciprocity of thoughts and feelings. Babies with unresponsive caregivers are deprived of the emotional and social signals of attachment. As they grow older, they have more cognitive, social, and behavioral difficulties opposed to those whose caregivers are receptive of their needs.
To communicate with the different culture families with-in the center and community to aid in better knowledge, resources and activities to promote these cultures. Cultural competence is about respecting all cultures, it is an on-going reflective practice that helps families and educators to
Drive-reduction theory approaches motivation that assumes behavior arises from physiological needs that cause internal drives to push the organism to satisfy the need and reduce tension and arousal. Cingulate cortex is a primary cortical component of the limbic system involved in emotional and cognitive processing. Psychoanalytic theories are a breakdown of the ego, becoming overwhelmed by the demands of the id and result in childish infantile behavior. Stress-vulnerability model is an explanation of disorder that assumes a biological sensitivity or vulnerability that develops under the right conditions of environmental or emotional stress. Personality disorders adopt a person to a maladaptive pattern of behavior that interferes with normal social interactions.
Zastrow and Kirst-Ashman (2013) describe a perspective of Social learning theory in that previous theorists were interested in the behavioral component of morality. This particular element argues that we as individuals gradually learn to behave morally from an early age. As children grow they will be faced with situations that require them to access prior experiences that lay a foundation of expectations and standards of conduct (Zastrow et al.’s 2013). From an early age children view their parents as role models for doing what is right versus what is wrong (Zastrow et al.’s 2013). Sharaf, Thompson and Walsh (2009) provide an interesting example of this regarding suicide risk behaviors for at risk adolescents in that their findings confirm
Who am I? I am Quentina Burnett and I have been developed by socialization, to be able to fit within the society. Socialization is the process where an individual learns behavior, values, culture, and norms of the society to develop his or her personality to become a proficient person in the society (Keirns et al., 2016). This process starts in the early stage of a baby, to an adult, and continues until the individual dies. The process of socialization gives people and myself the basic social contact and social interaction needed to develop “self”.