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Copy of Fundamentals of human behavior'2

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The study of human behavior
is certainly indispensable in the formulation
of laws, rules, policies, etc.

Society cannot function at its maximum
for the people if the components of the
organization to which the individual
belongs do not have guidelines that are
appropriate and that provide for
the satisfaction of his needs and
for the attainment of his goals.
FUNDAMENTALS OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR
GROUP 5
NATURE AND SCOPE OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR
SOME KEY BEHAVIORAL
SCIENCE ASSUMPTIONS,
CONCEPTS,
AND PRINCIPLES
>Any act of an individual person which is considered human behavior is a reflection of his thoughts, feelings, emotions, sentiments whether conscious or not.
NATURE AND SCOPE OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR
NATURE AND SCOPE OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR
A.) Human Act
SOME KEY BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE ASSUMPTIONS, CONCEPTS,
AND PRINCIPLES
B.) Act of Man
Reasons
for
Studying
Human Behavior
We need to study human behavior even as we participate in the day processes and activities of human life.
The need to understand the behavior of others, especially those we come in contact with, and the need to anticipate and predict how others may act in a certain situations are important since we are affected by their actions.
We study human behavior in order to have an understanding of the actions of people.
Its professional analysis could very well help an organization achieve its goals and pave the way for smoother and more productive relationships among individuals in groups and among in the organization.
Reasons for Studying Human Behavior
Reasons for Studying Human Behavior
Methods
of
Studying
Human Behavior
•Human behavior is as old as mankind itself.
It is a phenomenon which, historically, was observed, described and speculated on cursorily sans (lacking) any formal and written objectives and procedures.
The maintenance of good relationships between and among individuals and groups was considered an art which mainly used speculation, informal and irregular observation of people and incidents. Philosophy based on speculation and logic and physiology based on experimental observation were the only two main approaches to the study of human behavior.
Methods of Studying Human Behavior
•The methods used in studying human behavior
are almost the same as those in other sciences, experiments, surveys and case method.
It makes use of observation, interview, schedule, questionnaire, check list, scales psychological tests, statistics.
Methods of Studying Human Behavior
 Three-Level Model
Third level: The Organization
Second level: The Group
1.Interdisciplinary Model
2.Developmental Model
3.Systems Model
First level: The Individual
Human behavior in organization is inter and multi-disciplinary. Various theories and concepts from other disciplines are integrated to contribute to its better understanding.At the individual level, psychology provides knowledge of perception, personality, motivation, learning, while physiology and anatomy gives information and principles on the body and how it works. The science of sociology offers insights into roles, norms, authority, power, influence, status. Culture and its artifacts are the main contribution of anthropology in the study of human behavior in the organization.
Interdisciplinary Model
People grow and move on to higher levels of resourcefulness, creativity, competency and self-realization through proper maintenance, recognition and development programs. Keith and Davis call this the “human resources” (supportive) approach. These basic and potent needs are recognized and fulfilled by the organization which considers them as “the central resource in any organization and any society.”
Developmental Model
A social system is a complex and dynamic set of relationships among its actors interacting with one another. An organization is a social system consisting of various parts at its subsystems. The systems theory posits that these parts are interdependent and interrelated with each other. The marketing department is in high interdependence with the production department and vice-versa.
Their staffs are, therefore, expected to interface more frequently than those between the public relations and manufacturing departments.
Systems Model
4.Contingency Model
The varied factors in each problematic situation may constitute a unique condition. Hence, the problem-solver must explicitly consider the specific conditions to which a problem relates, instead of simply prescribing a solution which may have worked elsewhere but under different conditions.
Contingency Model
This means that no solution can work under all circumstances. Every problem must be studied and analyzed in light of complex factors that may be highly interrelated with each other. A democratic and participative leader, for instance, may be successful in an academic institution highly endowed with intelligent and vigilant faculty.
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