BY YUSRA UMAR
People’s behavior makes sense if you think about it in terms of their goals, need, and motives.
Behavior is the term used to express the wholesome reactions and responses of a person when he or she is put in a particular situation. Behavior is of two types: Innate and learned.
Innate behavior is pre-programmed in our bodies. On the other hand, learned behavior is acquired through experience. When a person matures or grows, his behavior also grows. Behavior is an instant human response to the circumstances they’ve been going through no matter good, bad, or even intense in any genre. It is generally believed that human behavior is determined by complex interactions of both nature and nurture. People’s behavior can easily be seen by putting them in the wild, or pleasure, and observing how they figure it out.
There are three main sources of human behavior: desire, emotion, and knowledge.
Human behavior is the most unpredictable thing we can ever come across. If we prattle on the rash behavior of people, and site no cause for it, it appears beyond the pale in behavioral sciences.
“I’ve been reckless, but I am not a rebel without a cause,” said Angelina Jolie. Instinctive behavior aimed to protect oneself from the menace. Somehow, the weakness and helplessness in others trigger in them a rude and tyrannizing behavior.
Age can also be considered as one of the most salient factors. Values also determine human behavior. They affect what a person finds cardinal in his schedule and how he deals with the situations he confronts.
Values also determine human behavior.
So, what actually does determine human behavior? The drop-dead prime is behavioral genetics that scrutinizes the role and environmental influences on human etiquette. At last, it is we, who are honcho; and can lead ourselves to do what we forsooth want to. Let’s behave tranquility to make this world a jovial place.
Not all addictions are rooted in abuse or trauma, but I do believe they can all be traced to painful experiences. A hurt is at the center of all addictive behaviors. It is present in the gambler, the internet addict, the compulsive shopper, and the workaholic. The wound may not be as deep and the ache not as excruciating, and it may even be entirely hidden, but it’s there. As we’ll see, the effects of early stress or adverse experiences directly shape both the psychology and the neurobiology of addiction in the brain.
These above declarations might not be entirely veracious but they dart the contrary discernment and everyday human actions. So, I unswervingly credit that our exertion springs from our free will, accord with mother wit, and everyday experiences.
Perfect behavior is born out of complete indifference. Perhaps this is why we always love madly someone who treats us with indifference.(Edited by Usama Khalid)