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DIVERSITY, PROSOCIAL & ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR - PART 2
Transcript of DIVERSITY, PROSOCIAL & ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR - PART 2
According to David Buss, the key to understanding human mating patterns is to understand how evolved behavior patterns guide our choices. Mating patterns of men and women evolved in response to the differing reproductive challenges faced by men and women.
ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY- a person who lacks conscience; is emotionally shallow, impulsive, selfish, and tends to manipulate others.
THE WORLD'S MOST DANGEROUS ANIMAL IS.....
4 decision points:
Bystander must notice something is happening.
Bystander must define the event as an emergency
Bystander must take responsibility
Bystander must select a course of action.
Potential Causes of Aggression:
We may have inherited a killer instinct
from our ancestors.
Aggression may have biological links.
Frustration may produce aggression.
Aversive Stimuli may produce aggression...heat, overcrowding.
PREJUDICE: A negative emotional attitude held against a member of a particular group of people.
DISCRIMINATION: Treating members of various social groups differently in circumstances, where their rights or treatment should be identical.
VIVA LA DIFFERENCE!
Music, Art, Media => Great insight to inner and outer culture during specific time frames.
Reduce exposure to violent media.
Teach and use personal strategies for reducing or curbing anger.
Provide positive models that model
good anger control techniques.
STEREOTYPING: When you judge a group of people who are different from you based on your own and/or others opinions and/or encounters.