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LIFE SKILLS

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LIFE
SKILLS




Life Skills are the skills necessary
for successful living. They can be
thought of as falling into six main
areas:


self,
family,
job,
community,
leisure,
spirituality.


Essential life skills include such things
as being able to recognize and describe
one's feelings, giving and then receiving
feedback, recognizing assumptions, setting
realistic and attainable goals, and then
employing problem-solving strategies.

A number of schools and colleges offer
courses to train Life Skills coaches,
whose services are employed by youth
centres, correctional institutes, social
service and self-help agencies, and other
settings where people struggling with
dysfunctional behaviors can often be found.



Life Skills
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Life_skills/



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BEHAVIOR
BEHAVIOUR




Behavior or behaviour refers to the
actions or reactions of an object or
organism, usually in relation to the
environment.


Behavior can be conscious or
unconscious, overt or covert,
and voluntary or involuntary.



Behavior
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Behavior/



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HUMAN
BEHAVIOR




Human behavior is the collection of
activities performed by human beings
and influenced by:


culture,
attitudes,
emotions,
values,
ethics,
authority,
rapport,
hypnosis,
persuasion,
coercion and/or genetics.

The behavior of
people is studied
by the academic
disciplines of:

psychology,
sociology,
economics,
anthropology.



Human Behavior
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_behavior/



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BEHAVIORISM




Behaviorism:
(also called learning perspective)
Philosophy of psychology based on the
proposition that all things which the
organisms do—including acting, thinking
and feeling—can and should be regarded
as behaviors.

The school of psychology maintains that
behaviors as such can be described
scientifically without recourse either
to internal physiological events or to
hypothetical constructs such as the mind.



Behaviorism
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Behaviorism/



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LIFE
SKILLS
LINKS




Association for Behavior Analysis
http://www.abainternational.org/

APA
http://www.apa.org/

BEHAVIOR.ORG
http://www.behavior.org/

Behavior Machine.com
http://www.behaviorMachine.com/

BF SKINNER.ORG
http://www.bfskinner.org/

California Association for Behavior Analysis
http://www.calaba.org/

Infoactivity
http://www.infoactivite.com/

32 Keys: About life
http://www.32keys.com/



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Learn Psychology
http://www.learnpsychology.net/

LIFE SKILLS
http://www.unicef.org/lifeskills/

Life Skills Center
http://www.lifeskillscenters.com/

LIFE SKILLS EDUCATION
http://www.lifeskillsed.com/

Life Skills International
http://www.lifeskillsintl.org/

LIFE SKILLS 4 KIDS
http://www.lifeskills4kids.com/

QUESTIA
http://www.questia.com/

SCIENCE OF BEHAVIOR
http://www.scienceofbehavior.com/

YOUNG INFLUENCERS
http://www.younginfluencers.com/



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