Factors That Affects the Behavior of Students

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This research paper is all about the factors that affect the behavior of high school students in dealing with other people. The researcher chose this kind of problem to be aware of the distinctive behavior of her fellow schoolmates, classmates, batch mates, etc. The researcher conducted this study to know the effective implications for the behaviors. Behaviorism, a movement in psychology that advocates the use of strict experimental procedures to study observable behavior n relation to the environment. The behavioristic view of psychology has its roots in the writings of the British associationist philosophers as well as in the American functionalist school of psychology and the Darwinian theory of evolution, both of which emphasize the way that individuals adapt and adjust to the environment. These problems disrupt relations with peers and adults and interfere with schooling. Children and adolescents who have behavior disorders typically experience problems that are markedly different from the behavior of students of similar age and cultural background. Students with behavior disorders may exhibit any of a wide variety of problems. Behavior disorders result from many causes, including biological, familial, and environmental factors. Treatment of emotional or behavioral disorders has provoked controversy. Statement of the Problem

This study probed on investigate the factors that affect the behavior of high school students in dealing with other people in Maryhill College as perceived by the selected third year students during the school year 2012-2013. Specifically, the study attempted to answer the following questions: 1. Which factor affects the behavior of teenagers most? 2. What are the ways of interacting with other people by the students with behavioral disorders? 3. What are the implications that may prevent this behavior to become worst? 4. What are the effects of...
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