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Is when a person seems to agree, and follows what is requested or required of him or her to do or believe in, but does not necessarily have to really believe or agree to it.COMPLIANCE
Is when a person is influenced by someone he or she likes or looks up to, like movie star, a social celebration, or superheroIDENTIFICATION
Is when a person is able to own a certain belief or act, and is willing to make it known publicly and privately.INTERNALIZATION
involves a change in behavior, belief, or thinking to be like others., peer pressureConformity
Occurs when individual whole-heartedly changes his or her original thinking and beliefs, actions and attitudes to align with those of the other members of a group.Conversion
happens when a bigger number of people are influenced by a much smaller number of people and when the minority’s way of looking at and doing things are accepted.Minority Influence
When there is a willing rejection of a social influence being exerted on an individual or group. aka non-conformityReactance
A person who follows what someone tells him or her to do, although it may not necessarily reflect the person’s set of beliefs or values.Obedience
The ability of a person in position of authority to influence othersLEADERSHIP
Presupposes that leadership is a learned behavior, and that leaders are defined according to certain types of behavior they exhibit.Behavioral Theory
The opposite of autocratic leader, the participative leader involves other people to make decisionsPARTICIPATIVE THEORY
Assumes that there is no one style of leadership and that leadership behavior is based on the factors present in a situation, and usually takes into consideration how followers behave.Situational Theory
tates that leadership involves a transaction or negotiation of resources or position, and usually employs reward and punishment.TRANSACTIONAL THEORY
involves a vision, which a leader uses to rally support from followers, and the role of the leader is in motivating others to support the vision and make it happenTransformational theory
a kind of leadership that centralizes in authority.Derives power from position, controls rewards, and uses coercion to make his or her group members follow.Autocratic leadership
a kind of leadership that Delegates authority to others, asks suggestions, and discusses plans with members. Creates an atmosphere that is open and not hostile, task-oriented and group-centered.Democraric Leadership
a kind of leadership thatLeaves the group at its own capacity to finish its tasks. The leader intervenes minimally. Create friendly, group-centered yet play-oriented atmosphere relative to low productivity.Laissez-faire leadership
brain has two hemispheres that perform tasks differently from each other.Split Brain Theory
conducted a study for epilepsy, which gave him the 1981 Nobel Prize for Physiology.Dr. Roger Sperry
intuitive, creative, and synthesizingleft hemisphere
analytical, logical, reasoning and critical thinking.right hemisphere
Ned Herrmann- This theory suggests that although the human body is symmetrical and paired in almost all aspects, it does not function equally. People normally have a more dominant part of their body, like a more dominant leg, eye, or arm, which a person prefers to use.Brain Dominance Theory
responsible for intellectual tasks such as language, planning, abstraction, and perceptionNeocortex
responsible for the motivation and emotion involved in feeding reproductive behavior and parental behaviorlimbic system
ontrols the self-preservation and aggressive behavior of humans similar to the survival instincts of animals.Reptilian Complex
Are useful visual tools that help in linking together concepts and information in such a way that the interconnection and interrelation of these are clearly laid out and easily accessible to help in problem solving and for reference and review.Mind Mapping
Is defined as the reaction of the mind and body to a stimulus that disturbs the well-being , state of calm, or equilibrium of a personstress
stress is caused by situations that may be life threatening or life changing, such as separation, moving into a new home, or having a new jobstimulus
stress is caused by situations that may be life threatening or life changing, such as separation, moving into a new home, or having a new jobresponse
substance produced when triggers the body’s reaction such as an increased heart rate, higher blood pressure, and respiration, to prepare the body for action.norepinephrine
s when a person experiencing stress takes a step back to look at the situation that is causing the stress, and assesses it.relational
he exercise of leadership is not based on one’s position in an organizational chart alone, but also dependent on other factors such as characteristics and skills.Leadership is non-hierarchical
Leaders and followers establish a relationship where their interests are mutually met.the role of a leader in this relationship can vary from being a visionary to a cheerleader.Leadership is relational
The leader is able to assess a situation quickly, adjust to it and provide the appropriate and necessary action to address it for the benefit of his followers.Leadership is situational
a serious disorder in eating behavior primarily of young women in their teens and early twenties that is characterized especially by a pathological fear of weight gain leading to faulty eating patterns, malnutrition, and usually excessive weight loss.anorexia nervosa
A serious eating disorder that occurs chiefly in females, is characterized by compulsive overeating usually followed by self-induced vomiting or laxative or diuretic abuse, and is often accompanied by guilt and depression.bulimia nervosa
characterized by an abrupt surge of intense fear of discomfort.panic attack
manifested when one experiences persistent, uncontrollable intrusions of unwanted thoughts (obsessions) and urges to engage in senseless ritualsObsessive-compulsive disorder
Characterized by hopelessness, lack of energy in their usual activities, crying for unexplained reasons, and low-esteem.Major Depressive Disorder
Characterized by high level of energy, exaggerated plans and very optimistic views. May even work without sleeping for days.Bipolar Disorder
Characterized by repeated pattern of behaviors in which that basic rights of others are violatedconduct disorder
– pessimists/has an issue on trustParanoid Personality Disorder
– showing no care for othersAntisocial Personality Disorder
– attention-seeking behaviorHistrionic Personality Disorder
– self-centered; need for admiration is very strongNarcissistic Personality Behavior
– social inhibitionAvoidant Personality Disorder
- demonstrate a pattern of submissive and clinging behavior related to need to be taken care ofDependent Personality Disorder