Characteristics of attitudes?
Human behavior has many fundamental characteristics influenced by genetics, culture, emotions, attitudes, ethics, authority, and many other attributes. Fundamental characteristics can be influenced by behaviors conditioned upon the person by life experiences of what is considered to be normal by society.
Cathryn H. Clayton has written: 'Sovereignty at the edge' -- subject(s): Ethnic identity, Chinese, Social aspects, Chinese National characteristics, Group identity, Attitudes, Ethnicity, History 'Sovereignty at the edge' -- subject(s): Ethnic identity, Chinese, Social aspects, Chinese National characteristics, Group identity, Attitudes, Ethnicity, History
What is correct about attitudes A Positive attitudes can help us learn quicker B Negative attitudes can't be changed C There's one fundamental way of acquiring attitudes D Attitudes can't be learned?
Like many things, attitudes are learned (from early childhood) and new attitudes can replace old attitudes. We learn most attitudes and ways of responding from other people, often, from adults who care for us. There is no one way to learn (or unlearn, modify) attitudes; they can change from gaining knowledge, reading, experience, interactions with others, etc. Negative attitudes can be changed, but half the battle is first being aware of what attitudes we use…