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HUMAN BEHAVIOUR

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HUMAN BEHAVIOUR

  1. 1. Institute of Management & Computer Studies “We believe in teaching for life”
  2. 2. • FACULTY : Aarti Madam • TOPIC : Human Behaviour 10 •Vaishnavi Dalvi 01 •Rajwanti antare 18 •Bhavin Jain 07 •Ajay Chauhan 04 •Davinder Bakshi 14 •Chetan Gulgule 23 •Nikhil Lipare 44 •Aniket Shinde BMS 1ST Year Group No. 1 I M C O S T
  3. 3. Behavior  Human Behavior  Behavior is LEARNED  Behavior is a function of the environment Therefore…  New behaviors can be taught  Old behaviors can be unlearned  We change behavior by changing the ENVIRONMENT 8/12/2013 5
  4. 4. Introduction of human behaviour  Aims to understand others.  To determine how and why people behave the way they do.  Is a complicated phenomenon influenced by many factors.  A collection of activities influenced by culture, attitude, emotions, values, ethics, authority, rapport, hypnosis, persuasion and coercion.
  5. 5. ABA  APPLIED :-  Refers to the social significance of the behavior (of immediate importance to the individual or society)  BEHAVIOR :-  Behavior is in need of improvement  Behavior must be observable and measurable  ANALYSIS :-  Believability  Demonstrates a functional relationship between behavior and intervention  controls the occurrence and nonoccurrence of a behavior 7
  6. 6. What is Human behaviour???  The term behaviour as it is used today ( Linehan, 1993) includes any activity , functioning or reaction of the person that is anything that an organism does involving action and response to stimulation.
  7. 7. Concepts of Human Behaviour There are changes observed within organism ( human nature ) OVERT COVERT
  8. 8. OVERT COVERT Changes External Internal Observation Can be measured & seen. Cannot be measured & directly seen Examples. Running , jumping , etc. Heartbeat , thinking , etc. Continue……. Human Behaviour
  9. 9. - systematic study of the actions and attitudes that people exhibit within organizations
  10. 10. Psychologists on the basis of their scientific knowledge about human behaviour have developed certain ideas about human behaviour. In spite of considerable diversity, human behaviour in general has certain common aspects. Contemporary psychologists have developed some important concepts or ideas about human behaviour which most of them share.
  11. 11. These ideas, which are briefly outlined in the following table, will provide a better perspective to managers to understand human nature. 1. Human beings are biological creatures. 2. Every person is different , yet much the same. 3. Human lives are a continuous process of change. 4. Behaviour is motivated. 5. Behaviour has multiple causes. 6. Humans are social animals. 7. People play an active part in creating their experience.
  12. 12. These ideas, which are briefly outlined in the following table, will provide a better perspective to managers to understand human nature. 1. Human beings are biological creatures. 2. Every person is different , yet much the same. 3. Human lives are a continuous process of change. 4. Behaviour is motivated. 5. Behaviour has multiple causes. 6. Humans are social animals. 7. People play an active part in creating their experience.
  13. 13.  Human beings are biological creatures :- Human beings are biological creatures and are to a very great extent influenced by their biological makeup. Our nervous system and hormonal changes in our body considerably influence our behaviour.  E.g. – by exercising regularly we can build strong muscles and by doing yoga we can to a great extent , bring changes in our physiological functioning.
  14. 14. These ideas, which are briefly outlined in the following table, will provide a better perspective to managers to understand human nature. 1. Human beings are biological creatures. 2. Every person is different , yet much the same. 3. Human lives are a continuous process of change. 4. Behaviour is motivated. 5. Behaviour has multiple causes. 6. Humans are social animals. 7. People play an active part in creating their experience.
  15. 15.  Every person is different, yet much the same : - Human beings are unique creatures. Every human being is unique and different from others in terms of not only hereditary but also other characteristics.
  16. 16. These ideas, which are briefly outlined in the following table, will provide a better perspective to managers to understand human nature. 1. Human beings are biological creatures. 2. Every person is different , yet much the same. 3. Human lives are a continuous process of change. 4. Behaviour is motivated. 5. Behaviour has multiple causes. 6. Humans are social animals. 7. People play an active part in creating their experience.
  17. 17.  Human lives are a continuous process of change :- Human being are dynamic creature and are always in the process of change. The development change that occurs in human being are all- round. Human beings changes not only physically but they also show changes in intellectual, social, emotional, sexual, and moral areas.
  18. 18. These ideas, which are briefly outlined in the following table, will provide a better perspective to managers to understand human nature. 1. Human beings are biological creatures. 2. Every person is different , yet much the same. 3. Human lives are a continuous process of change. 4. Behaviour is motivated. 5. Behaviour has multiple causes. 6. Humans are social animals. 7. People play an active part in creating their experience.
  19. 19. Behaviour is motivated :- Human behaviour is a result of motivation and is not aimless. Our behaviour is motivated by wide variety of factors. Our behaviour may be motivated either by internal factors OR external factors. Our behaviour can also be motivated due to basic motives like hunger, thirst, sex, avoidance, etc.
  20. 20. These ideas, which are briefly outlined in the following table, will provide a better perspective to managers to understand human nature. 1. Human beings are biological creatures. 2. Every person is different , yet much the same. 3. Human lives are a continuous process of change. 4. Behaviour is motivated. 5. Behaviour has multiple causes. 6. Humans are social animals. 7. People play an active part in creating their experience.
  21. 21. Behaviour has multiple causes :- Behaviour is multi-causational and is largely a result of many causes operating together to influence a particular behaviour. Our behaviour is influenced simultaneously by many causes.
  22. 22. These ideas, which are briefly outlined in the following table, will provide a better perspective to managers to understand human nature. 1. Human beings are biological creatures. 2. Every person is different , yet much the same. 3. Human lives are a continuous process of change. 4. Behaviour is motivated. 5. Behaviour has multiple causes. 6. Humans are social animals. 7. People play an active part in creating their experience.
  23. 23.  Human are social animals :- Human beings are social animals. Social groups considerably influence them. They from groups and work in groups not only to achieve a complicated task but also to relax.
  24. 24. These ideas, which are briefly outlined in the following table, will provide a better perspective to managers to understand human nature. 1. Human beings are biological creatures. 2. Every person is different , yet much the same. 3. Human lives are a continuous process of change. 4. Behaviour is motivated. 5. Behaviour has multiple causes. 6. Humans are social animals. 7. People play an active part in creating their experience.
  25. 25.  People play an active part in creating their experience :- Human beings are active creatures. They create their own environment and experiences to satisfy their needs and desires.
  26. 26. Conclusion :- It is this universally (species wide) identical fundamental nature of human behavior that offers so much promise and cause for optimism for the human race  The more we accept and embrace how simple human behavior actually is and that all human beings are engaged in the same fundamental behavior all of the time, the better it will be for us as individuals, the people we come in contact with and the human race as a whole
  27. 27. Conclusion :-  And lastly, the human race as a whole will be better off  Because as each person embraces this model of human behavior and integrates it into their daily life, the human race will be one small step closer to achieving “Peace on Earth”

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