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The Matrix of Human Behaviour By Amila Kaye
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Have you ever wondered what motivates people, your child, friends, parents, colleagues, you? One of the greatest things about having more self-awareness is that it allows you to be a more capable... More > leader, for yourself, as a parent, as a worker, as a member of your community and the world at large. Discover proven methods and techniques for self-discovery and mastering your mind and behaviour and ultimately your destiny.< Less
Philosophy for Human Behaviour By Andreas Sofroniou
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In reading through this book, the reader will find that through the centuries, philosophy as a subject contributed more than any other subject in the shaping of our lives, how we exist, behave and... More > how we control our destiny. The content of this book will still be of importance to the reader and without any compromising, a training tool for the philosopher, psychologist. sociologist and behaviourist. There is no doubt that this subject is deep and vast. Backed by recent social events and political debating, philosophy in its plentiful branches can only be helpful in preparing people to obtain an acceptable style of living and a harmonious mode of interacting with society. Although this concept centres around the universal reason behind social events, the basic idea of reason behind human events works through the ideas held by an individual, until they are challenged by ideas which replace them and are challenged usually by conflict. So conflict (war), reasoned Hegel, is an instrument of progress.< Less
Philosophy for Human Behaviour By Andreas Sofroniou
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In reading through this book, the reader will find that through the centuries, philosophy as a subject contributed more than any other subject in the shaping of our lives, how we exist, behave and... More > how we control our destiny. The content of this book will still be of importance to the reader and without any compromising, a training tool for the philosopher, psychologist. sociologist and behaviourist. There is no doubt that this subject is deep and vast. Backed by recent social events and political debating, philosophy in its plentiful branches can only be helpful in preparing people to obtain an acceptable style of living and a harmonious mode of interacting with society. Although this concept centres around the universal reason behind social events, the basic idea of reason behind human events works through the ideas held by an individual, until they are challenged by ideas which replace them and are challenged usually by conflict. So conflict (war), reasoned Hegel, is an instrument of progress.< Less
Uncharacteristic Behaviour By Fran Caldwell
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Writers naturally have vivid imaginations, but when romance novelist Joanna Boden hears the local legend about the mysterious disappearance of a young woman forty years earlier, her fixation with the... More > story takes over her life -- and her writing style, which becomes alarmingly dark. When human remains are found in her own garden, she knows she can never go back to her old life -- carefree, predictable, secure and -- let's face it -- rather dull. The final outcome of her research is unlike anything she could have imagined, even on one of her better writing days.< Less
Behaviour Orientation and Human Value Perception of College Students By S. Agilandeswari
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Research is a systematic investigative process employed to increase or re-rise current knowledge by discovering new facts. Research comprises defining and redefining problems, formulating hypothesis... More > or suggested the solutions: collecting, organizing and evaluating data making deductions and reaching conclusions: and at last carefully testing the conclusion to determine whether they fit the formulate hypothesis. It strives to be objective and logical. It is based on the observable experience or empirical evidence. It is characterized by patient unhurried.< Less
Instincts and Mechanism of Behaviour By Andreas Sofroniou
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An instinct is the mechanism by which animals and humans can perform complex behaviour patterns without learning or conscious effort. Instinctive behaviours are inherited and have evolved to be... More > adaptive, fitting the organism to its particular role. Instinct is of particular importance in animal behaviours such as courtship, mating, and other reproductive activities. More general behaviours such as feeding and defence may have an instinctive base. Many birds, some grasshoppers, frogs, and a number of other animals have song or call patterns that attract mates and are based upon instinct. Instinctive behaviours often require a stimulus or releaser to initiate them. The herring-gull chick pecks the red spot on the adult's bill, releasing its instinctive feeding behaviour. A releaser will operate only if conditions, both internal and external to the organism, are suitable.< Less
Instincts and Mechanism of Behaviour By Andreas Sofroniou
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An instinct is the mechanism by which animals and humans can perform complex behaviour patterns without learning or conscious effort. Instinctive behaviours are inherited and have evolved to be... More > adaptive, fitting the organism to its particular role. Instinct is of particular importance in animal behaviours such as courtship, mating, and other reproductive activities. More general behaviours such as feeding and defence may have an instinctive base. Many birds, some grasshoppers, frogs, and a number of other animals have song or call patterns that attract mates and are based upon instinct. Instinctive behaviours often require a stimulus or releaser to initiate them. The herring-gull chick pecks the red spot on the adult's bill, releasing its instinctive feeding behaviour. A releaser will operate only if conditions, both internal and external to the organism, are suitable.< Less
PSYCHOLOGY, CONCEPTS OF BEHAVIOUR By Andreas Sofroniou
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The purpose of this book is to fill a great public need regarding the subject of psychology, its many schools of ideas, and the terminology used in comprehending the study of human behaviour. The... More > contents of this book bring the authority and clarity of science and the light of reason to a field that has remained too long in the darkness of confusion, misunderstanding and false belief. In place of guesswork and legend that so often pass for ‘psychology’ this book makes available to everybody, the general reader, the verified findings and most challenging theories of the world’s great psychologists, philosophers and researchers. The depths of human behaviour need not remain perplexing and mysterious. So, this book is based on the conceptual understanding of psychology and the comprehension of the terminology of the many schools of ideas. Of all the world’s mysteries, none is more baffling than man. As scientific knowledge advances, we are able to solve most unyielding problems concerning the world.< Less
PSYCHOLOGY, CONCEPTS OF BEHAVIOUR By Andreas Sofroniou
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The purpose of this book is to fill a great public need regarding the subject of psychology, its many schools of ideas, and the terminology used in comprehending the study of human behaviour. The... More > contents of this book bring the authority and clarity of science and the light of reason to a field that has remained too long in the darkness of confusion, misunderstanding and false belief. In place of guesswork and legend that so often pass for ‘psychology’ this book makes available to everybody, the general reader, the verified findings and most challenging theories of the world’s great psychologist, philosophers and researchers. The depths of human behaviour need not remain perplexing and mysterious. So this book is based on the conceptual understanding of psychology and the comprehension of the terminology of the many schools of ideas. Of all the world’s mysteries, none is more baffling than man. As sciences advance, we re able to solve problems concerning nature, from astronomical to atomic problems.< Less
Sociology, Concepts of Group Behaviour By Andreas Sofroniou
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Sociology as a social science refers to the systematic study of the development, structure, and functioning of society. In the last two centuries Sociologists analysed many facets of societies, in... More > the more general context of observing the causes and consequences of the transition from traditional pre-industrial life to modern societies. The fundamental postulate of sociology is that human beings act not by their own free decisions taken rationally, but under the influence of history and culture, and the expectations and demands of others: human beings are both the products and the makers of their societies. During the 20th century, sociologists have been particularly interested in the influence of role, status, class, and power on experience and behaviour, in the family and in the community; in the factors which contribute to cohesion and conflict; in social structure and social stratification; and in social problems such as crime, drug addiction, and domestic violence.< Less

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