Human Behavior covers a variety of mysterious, engaging topics. Learn about how why humans behave the way they do and more.
Secrets are powerful. Revealing them can end years of guilt, destroy lives -- or both. If it's time to spill the beans, take some time to plan for the fallout.
What you don't know can't hurt you, right? Maybe not. Studies show secrets may actually be harmful to both those keeping them -- and those they're keeping them from.
Listening is more than just hearing words. Learn about active listening in this article.
A childâ€™s place in the family affects his or her character and parentsâ€™ expectations. Learn more about how birth order affects personality from this article.
Personality, a person's characteristic behavior pattern. Many people think of personality as being made up of observable traits such as shyness, friendliness, and initiative.
Shyness, a common personality trait characterized by a tendency to be self-conscious and uncomfortable in social situations.
Human behavior is the reaction, or response, of a person to a given situation. Read the definition of human behavior.
Behaviorism, a theory that limits psychological investigation to objective events.
Habit, a learned action or other form of behavior that is repeated often enough for it to become a largely automatic response to a particular stimulus or situation.
Imitation, the act of repeating the behavior of another, if the other individual's behavior has stimulated the repetition.
Motivation, a term used in psychology to mean the cause of behavior that is persistently directed toward a goal.