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Behaviour and Mental Processes

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Chloe Bullow

on 26 November 2013

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Transcript of Behaviour and Mental Processes

Behaviour and Mental Processes
Definitions
Behaviour: A term used to describe the actions of a person or animal. Behaviour is something that can be observed by others.

Mental process: The internal process that happens within the brain. This process influences the behaviour of people.

The
Relationship
between
Behaviour
and
Mental

Processes
There is a strong relationship between behaviour and mental processes,
which is evident within the daily activities of humans
. Mental processes
heavily influence the behaviour of
. For example, if Jonathan is making a decision in his head (e.g, whether Jonathan should or shouldn't go out tonight), his decision on the matter will influence his actions (e.g, whether Jonathan will walk out the door or not). This is a simple example of how
behaviour and mental processes are related
.
Examples of Behaviours
Sleeping
Running
Climbing
Cycling
Writing
Reading
Crying
Laughing
Examples of Mental Processes
Solving problems (e.g, mathematical problems).
Planning in ones head (e.g, planning parties, events, actions, etc.)
Feeling different emotions (e.g, excited, sad, happy, etc.).
Feeling pain or other physical sensations.
Conclusion
Mental processes and behaviours have
great influence on each other
. Essentially, one would not be the same without the other. They are like
two sides of the same coin
.
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