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Consequences of human interaction

1. Analyze precursors and consequences of human interaction in terms of social psychology concepts.

2. Explore basic concepts of human interaction from a social psychological perspective.

3. Define abnormal psychology in contrast to "normal psychology."

4. Examine mental disorders and mental illness from the psychological perspective.

5. Compare and contrast therapies designed for each school of thought in psychology for treating mental disorders.

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1. Analyze precursors and consequences of human interaction in terms of social psychology concepts.

Precursors and consequences of human interaction in terms of social psychology can include a whole range of concepts including attitudes, opinions, fears, motivation, social learning and personal life experiences over all.

Culture also has a huge influence of the behavior of human beings.

Thus, it can be safely stated that human interaction is based on not only the environment but also the inner self of the individual as well, as it takes shape based on the unique life experiences of the individual. In an example, the precursor of a fear in an individual can be war in her/ his country, it is a real danger to life and survival, therefore, based on the inner strength or lack of inner strength, the consequence of a war can either be that person becoming a fighter or giving up in trauma and shock. Personal losses and gains, a sense of resilience, hope, subjective well-being, contentment, security and a sense of social harmony can have very different and positive effects on an individual, when these factors are present or their opposite situations create a sense of insecurity.

2. Explore basic concepts of human interaction from a social psychological ...

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