2 edition of Factors determining human behavior. found in the catalog.
Papers presented at a symposium of the Harvard Tercentenary Conference of Arts and Sciences (August 31-September 12, 1936)
|Statement||Harvard University Press|
|Publishers||Harvard University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 129 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
|3||Harvard tercentenary publications.|
|The nervous system, by E.D. Adrian. Hormones in relation to human behavior, by J.B. Collip. Principal factors determining intellectual evolution from childhood to adult life, by Jean Piaget. Psychological factors determining human behavior, by C.G. Jung. Psychological strength and weakness in mental diseases, by Pierre Janet. Logic, by Rudolf Carnap. An example from the evidence of history, by A.L. Lowell. Culture as a determinant of behavior, by Bronislaw Malinowski.|
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At any given time, only a subset of all of the genes encoded by our DNA are expressed and translated into proteins. In scientific research, human behavior is a complex interplay of three components: actions, cognition, and emotions.
Facial expression analysis can also be used to find the key frames that result in the most extreme facial expressions — showing when the program really landed on target. Genetic makeup and environmental factors have a large role in determining human behavior. A person who finds themselves constantly in trouble with the law when they break certain rules typically learns to associate rule-breaking with legal issues.
Some people are able to lose Factors determining human behavior. and keep it off. Capturing data about both of these processes can provide more information about an individual and their behavior.
Therefore, leadership is a big internal factor that drives culture.
Because, of fear of punishment for committing a crime. com How people behave is largely impacted by their personality. The social class is not just determined by the income, but also other factors such as the occupation, family background, education and residence location.
Attitudes can be right or wrong, by one's development or by outside influence.
Psychological strength and weakness in mental diseases, by Pierre Janet.
A positive emotional state can cause someone to be open-minded, more likely to take risks, and otherwise engage in certain behaviors.