Examine fundamental concepts of human interaction from the perspective of social psychology
Examine fundamental concepts of human interaction from the perspective of social psychology. Describe at least two examples of how human behavior changes based on social situations. In your description be sure to address the following:
- Describe the specific behaviors and the context in which they occurred.
- Using social psychology concepts provide an analysis of possible precursors and consequences of the behaviors.
- Identify any associated phenomenon with your selected behaviors, such as social facilitation, social loafing, or groupthink.
Human interaction is the mode or the way the human being relates to one another in the society they live. This can be generated by many factors and characteristics of human nature. In every society, the social psychology is backed up by fundamental concepts of human interaction to work together and interact well. These concepts explain the basic stands for the society dwellers to relate in a human manner. Under perspective of social psychology, history gives a very good basic on creation of the good relationship mode of human in a given environment of society. As many believes, “history repeats itself”, for instance ethnicity groups that believed to have originated from the same forefathers interact because they share something common from their biological history. This can be expressed by the same religion, language, and common customs and traditional ……………..