Assumptions/Principles

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Biological area
All that is psychological is first physiological. The mind resides in the brain and so thoughts, feelings and behaviors have a biological cause, such as hormones, brain structure or neurochemicals. Much behaviour has a genetic, hereditary basis
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Cognitive area
Mind works similar to a computer, inputting, storing and retrieving data. The way in which the mind provesses info influences our behaviour. Behaviour is controlled byu own thought processes as opposed to genetic factors
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Developmental area
behaviour is an ongoing process that occurs throughout the lifespan and therefore people change and develop with age. both nature and nurture are seen as important influences on develpmental changes in behaviour
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Social area
Other people and the environment influence our behaviour and thought processes. the main influence on human behaviour is situational factors. b influenced by actual imagined or implied presence of others, all behavior occurs in social context even
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Behaviorist perspective (milgram and bandura)
all behaviour is learnt from the environment and biological factors are insignificant in influencing how people behave.
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Individual differences
every individual is genetically unique and this uniqueness is displayed thought their behavior, everyone behaves diff.
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Psychodynamic
all human behaviour comws from aq pret of the mind that individuals have no direct awareness of the unconscious
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