Chapter 1 Management psych 2009

Chapter 1 Management psych 2009 - 1 A Cumulative Model for...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 A Cumulative Model for Understanding Behavior Opportunity Cognitive Reasoning Situational Factors Learning Influences Physiological Influences Genetic Influences Personal Tendency Toward Behavior Situational Tendency Toward Behavior ______________________________________ 2 Genetics 90% of height 70% of major depression 60% of intelligence 50% of smoking 40% of personality 40% of job satisfaction 50% of criminality 50% of aggression Many mental health problems 3 Physiological Influences Head injuries and brain abnormalities Neurotransmitters Hormones Arousal levels Diet Physical appearance Illness and disability 4 Physical Appearance Infancy attractive babies are held, cuddled, and kissed more Attractive Children have more friends are seen by teachers as being smarter are disciplined less often Adolescence attractive teens have more dates Attractive Adults receive higher interview scores...
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