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Peer pressure Psychology 100 Instructor: Peter Metofe Student: Tong Fang ID: 021122473 JULY 28, 2009
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Psychology and psychological problems Do you know people who have many problems but don’t know how to deal with them? Psychological problems become have more common than before and people pay more attention to these problems in the whole world. Also it will cause some stress so that it may reduce work efficiently. People tired in their jobs because of a lot of stress which will decrease national economy finally. So it’s very important to deal with some psychological problems like stress in their life and career. Different people have different psychological problems and performance, it is hard to find a common measure fitting all psychological problems, but if people can find answers why they have peer pressures and how they handle this stress by themselves, these issues will be resolved. Reason of pressure A lot of people can’t realize their dreams while they have ability to finish their work. That’s terrible but it is a truth because they have a lot of stress and they don’t know how to manage it. Jeffery Kottler and David Chen asserted in Stress Management and Prevention , that sometimes stress come from you. Therefore, people should make themselves optimistic. (2007) People can’t control everything and it has negative influence when you only desire success. Stress will make people nervous and cause many psychological problems, while people should enjoy their study or career when they meet problems. People’s behavior is more likely to be influenced by others in a group, which can be called as stress. And negative behaviors would spread more quickly than other
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behaviors, as they think it is cool and no one near them put forward their view. A
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