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Human Relations #1

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What two things are we able to control in life our attitudes and our actions
Most important physical need sleep
3 needs-other needs critical to our happiness approval, acceptance and achievment
2 basic principals of feed back frequency-how often do you hear it; positive-normal
all the attitudes and beliefs we have about ourselves self concept
feedback is information we get about ourselves from other people
Societies attempt to get people to follow rules and regulations socialization
the procees to copying someone elses behavior Imitation
a persons attempt to retain individuality while simultaneously making compromises to attain acceptance individualization
process of attempting to assume the roles, attitudes, and behavior of another person identification
nothing we do is caused by outside forces. we choose our behavior. we can't contros the situation but we can control how we respond to it. choice theory
behavior comes from 3 ego states and how they interact with other egos states. adult, child, parent. when you are in the same ego states communications will probably be less stessful. transactional analysis
preception of one's behavior is determined by whether or not we see it as acceptable or not acceptable. "ownership of a problem" effectiveness training
your current emotional state determines your behavior, how we see ourselves in a situation determines how we behave. perceptual psychology
behavior is determined by how we satisfy our needs. higher level needs can't be satisfied until low level needs are met. maslow's
become aware of how your own needs, motivating forces and environmental factors influence your interactions. causal approach
MF= motivating forces
R= personal resources
IPS= immediate physical setting
the needs we have that motivate us to do or not do cettain things motivating forces
the strengths we have that help us meet our needs. personal resources
this is the time and place in which we are behaving immediate physical setting
first tier of maslow triangle survival - physical needs
second tier of maslow's triangle safety needs
third tier of maslow's triangle love and belonging
fouth tier of maslow's triangle self esteem
top of maslow's triangle self actualization
Created by: spawmary