Behavior is a person’s reaction to the impact of the external environment, as well as motivated conscious actions that express the person’s attitude to people, society and the world as a whole. A person’s behavior can be benevolent or aggressive, appropriate or criminal. Behavior can comply with ethical and moral standards, or be deviant, that is, strongly deviate from generally accepted norms in society.
The psychology of human behavior depends on his character, temperament and personality type. And of course from the external environment, which affects a person. Psychologists and sociologists are working on the question of what human behavior depends on. What has a greater impact, genetics or the environment? The science that deals with research in this area is called sociobiology or human ethology. At the moment, there is no direct evidence of the dependence of behavior on human genetics. In search of an answer, F. Galton launched a study of the human genotype and chromosomes. This area of science is called behavior genetics.
Man is an active being. Activity can be varied. It is expressed in human activity. Continue reading