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Behaviour - 1 st year nursing

What is behaviour is is the outwardly observable actsof an individual, alone or in a group
what is heritablility genes affect a characteristic in a given environment
What is behaviour genetics is the study of how genes affect our behaviour
Evolutionary psychology is the study of the effect of natural selection on human behaviour i.e theuse of deception is functional to acheive ones goal and certain goals such as finding a suitable atrractive mate are inborn
Attribution Theory concerned with how individuals interpret events and how this relates to their thinking and behaviour - 3 stages 1) must observe the behaviour 2) must believe that the behaviour was intentionally performed 3)must understand if the person was forced.
Created by: carolyn3057