Response to Abigail Hi Abigail It is very true that a person’s behavior changes based on the situation that they face. In addition there are some other factors that affect behavioral changes they include; the environment behavioral capability self-efficacy setting emotional coping responses and expectations ("Social Cognitive Theory " 2017). All these factors proves that the The idea of conduct can be seen from various perspectives. Behavioral capacity implies that if a person is to play out a conduct he should comprehend what the conduct is and have the right stuff to perform it. The Bible guides us to love and treat others according to how we would like to be treated. [...]
Chapter 1 of your textbook describes how one’s behavior can change depending on the specific situation the person is in at the time (e.g., setting, people present). Explain an example of a time that either your behavior has changed depending on the situation or a time that you have observed someone else’s behavior change depending on his or her situation. What does the Bible say about how we should act around or towards others?