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Discussion Question One 1 Running head: DISCUSSION QUESTION ONE Discussion Question One YOUR NAME University of Phoenix
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Discussion Question One 2 Discussion Question One How do you define normal and abnormal behavior? What factors influence your definition? Why? First of all, it's significant to know that no explanation of abnormality has been completely accepted by the psychological community. But, in my opinion and in line with the text, it's important to evaluating one’s conduct in deciding what a description must be (Hansell & Damour, 2008). Unusual behavior, in my opinion, is behavior which is the opposite of social norms. Usual behavior would be exactly the reverse. In this capability,
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Unformatted text preview: it's particularly significant to look at areas which cause the behavior’s beginning. Disorder must also be considered; a person’s conduct must be examined so as to decide if the person’s signs and symptoms are influencing their usual working. There are lots of more points to consider, for example a person’s views, family structure, genetics, nature/nature, and values (Hansell & Damour, 2008). These influencers are essential because of the fact that an actual analysis may display particular indications for one individual, yet it may display totally different indications for another person in the same ability....
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  • Sociology, Hansell & Damour

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