Name Course Institutional affiliation Instructor Date Introduction Different factors contribute towards human behavior and these factors can be categorized into biological factors social factors and psychological factors. Biological factor arises from the genetic composition of the person. People have different genes and a gene has coded information that is independently different from the other (Dovidio Schroeder & Penner 2017). When genes express themselves this is what leads to biological factors in a particular person. They start from the time the child is in the initial stages of development some of which are borrowed from either parent with genetic composition being more expressive for the case of the mother or some that are dominant from either parent expressing themselves through the child. In this case of a dominant gene showing itself the child will have a behavior that isn't borrowed from either parent but other relatives related to either the can be achieved when her parents cooperate well but if they don't then there won't be any solution that can last long in her life. Reference Cacioppo J. T. & Cacioppo S. (2014). Social relationships and health: The toxic effects of perceived social isolation. Social and personality psychology compass 8(2) 58-72. Dovidio J. F. Piliavin J. A. Schroeder D. A. & Penner L. A. (2017). The social psychology of prosocial behavior. Psychology Press. Dulcan M. K. Ballard R. R. Jha P. & Sadhu J. M. (2017). Concise guide to child and adolescent psychiatry. American Psychiatric Pub. Seidman I. (2013). Interviewing as qualitative research: A guide for researchers in education and the social sciences. Teachers college press. Wallace P. H. & Roberson C. (2016). Family violence: Legal medical and social perspectives. Routledge. Zentall T. R. & Galef Jr B. G. (Eds.). (2013). Social learning: psychological and biological perspectives. Psychology Press. [...]
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