According to the previous two chapters we know that each of us has a common procedure or process for our micro-behavior. Although we may vary the parameters in each function of the behavior mechanism and show uniqueness in our behavior, the common denominator of this behavior mechanism remains the same. From this common behavior mechanism, irrespective of the individual’s unique parameters, we could derive common tendencies in human behavior. These common tendencies have been observed and studied by many social psychologists (see [F5, Z4]). Although applicable to most people and to many situations, these common tendencies do reserve uniqueness for each individual. Throughout this chapter the reader is reminded that the common behavior tendencies described are valid only in general situations, not in all situations in the absolute sense.
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- Common Behavior Tendencies and Applications
Professor Dr. Po L. Yu
Carl A. Scupin
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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