How physical or verbal or psychological abuse affects the psychology of the children?
it gives them a morphed mind set like if you are being violent to a kid then he/she may develop something called the violent gene wich causes them to get angrey very easy and if ther parents have treated ther problems with violence then the kid may do the same
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Read the book "Why does he do that?" by Lundy Bancroft. It's not a psychological test but it tells you a million traits of all the different types of abusers. If you find any of them to be true, whether it appears as abusive or not, you might be in trouble. Seek help. . Answer . Abuse doesn't …have to be "discovered" - just observed. It is a behavior pattern, not a mental health diagnosis.. It is clear that each abuser requires individual psychotherapy, tailored to his specific needs - on top of the usual group therapy and marital (or couple) therapy. At the very least, every offender should be required to undergo the following tests to provide a complete picture of his personality and the roots of his unbridled aggression.. In the court-mandated evaluation phase, you should insist to first find out whether your abuser suffers from mental health disorders. These may well be the - sometimes treatable - roots of his abusive conduct. A qualified mental health diagnostician can determine whether someone suffers from a personality disorder only following lengthy tests and personal interviews.. The predictive power of these tests - often based on literature and scales of traits constructed by scholars - has been hotly disputed. Still, they are far preferable to subjective impressions of the diagnostician which are often amenable to manipulation.. By far the most authoritative and widely used instrument is the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-III (MCMI-III) - a potent test for personality disorders and attendant anxiety and depression. The third edition was formulated in 1996 by Theodore Millon and Roger Davis and includes 175 items. As many abusers show narcissistic traits, it is advisable to universally administer to them the Narcissistic Personality Inventory (NPI) as well.. Many abusers have a borderline (primitive) organization of personality. It is, therefore, diagnostically helpful to subject them to the Borderline Personality Organization Scale (BPO). Designed in 1985, it sorts the responses of respondents into 30 relevant scales. It indicates the existence of identity diffusion, primitive defenses, and deficient reality testing.. To these one may add the Personality Diagnostic Questionnaire-IV, the Coolidge Axis II Inventory, the Personality Assessment Inventory (1992), the excellent, literature-based, Dimensional assessment of Personality Pathology, and the comprehensive Schedule of Nonadaptive and Adaptive Personality and Wisconsin Personality Disorders Inventory.. Having established whether your abuser suffers from a personality impairment, it is mandatory to understand the way he functions in relationships, copes with intimacy, and responds with abuse to triggers.. The Relationship Styles Questionnaire (RSQ) (1994) contains 30 self-reported items and identifies distinct attachment styles (secure, fearful, preoccupied, and dismissing). The Conflict Tactics Scale (CTS) (1979) is a standardized scale of the frequency and intensity of conflict resolution tactics - especially abusive stratagems - used by members of a dyad (couple).. The Multidimensional Anger Inventory (MAI) (1986) assesses the frequency of angry responses, their duration, magnitude, mode of expression, hostile outlook, and anger-provoking triggers.. Yet, even a complete battery of tests, administered by experienced professionals sometimes fails to identify abusers and their personality disorders. Offenders are uncanny in their ability to deceive their evaluators.. Answer . Seeing this question one thing springs to my mind. There is only one test for an abuser, and it's very simple.. Does he have a victim?. Answer . What I found really helpful was taking personality disorder tests online and answering the questions twice -- once for how I would answer, and, during a second go-through, answering as I knew my abuser acts.. Answer . pls.tell me how to take on online tests.I am from India and am in real need of help.Thank you. Answer . "What psychological tests discover an abuser?". Unfortuantely, we live in a time whereas not only should HIV test be taken before marriage or sexual contact but psychological examines as well.. People will lie and hide crucial aspects of their history and exactly the reason so many women end up with abusive men that first appeared to be prince charming until they get you behind closed doors.. I'll never forget these "You never know how someone truly is until they get you.". Best Wishes... ( Full Answer )
Psychology is the study of the human mind and behavior. It is all about what makes people who they are. You can go really deep into it or just scratch the surface. . Psychology is a social science that studies the mind and behavior and how they interact. This means the behavioral and emotional …characteristics of an activity, or an individual, or group. . Psychology is the study of behavior and therefore the mind. Its goal is to understand individuals, groups, and activities. Hopefully, when used properly, the goal of psychology is to benefit society. . Psychology is simply the study of human behavior or cognitive or mental process. A book Definition of Psychology is: "Psychology is the scientific study of the mind and behavior of humans and animals" ( Full Answer )
the verbal abuse is a very serious matter for instance if a young child acidentilly spills a glass of milk a parent or both parents may start calling the child stupid and cursing and putting the child in a depressing stage feeling like sucide ,or cutting the wrists,maybe even bulling other people or… peers around them. the vebal abuse is such as cursing really not being called fat or lazy but those words are very upseting to kids making them feel not wanted or not loved. im here to tell u im going to be 13 and took care of 3 younger siblings while my family slept and and did nothing, to help, my sister a year and a half younger than i helped me with our lil sister and brother of course they could both go to school thankfully and i was happy 4 that and i struggled with househlod chores . my grades went from a's to c's and d's . i also begain to complain to my grandparents about my struggles and they let me live with them . i now make straight a's and am living a better cleaner invironment. but while i was getting each child ready for school plus myself if i messed one thing up and my parents found out i was cursed at and that's considered verbal abuse . if it's effecting your health,grades ,and self estseam .. contact someone verbal; abuse is very serious in court and can be held against parents if u want to go that rought !!!! ( Full Answer )
They are definitely confused about healthy sexual relationships and withdraw from closeness. They may not trust very many people and feel awkward when someone shows they care in any manner. ANOTHER ANSWER CHILDREN WHO HAVE BEEN abused, especially repeatedly, are usually told by the abuser "not to… tell" or "something bad may happen to them or famliy members". So if a childhas always been open with parents about their daily experiences, then suddenly becomesless talkative and withdrawn, that is a POSSIBLE sign, when, in addition, other behaviors change for no apparent reason. They may avoid the person responsible (Many times a friend or relative) or the place it happened; playgroound, school, friends house etc.. They may feel scared and ashamed and not "tell", or they may "tell", fearing that they may not be believed. Some abusers may play mind games with the child, saying they "love them" and if they "tell", the abuser will get in trouble.This puts an enourmous guilt on the child. The child may also think they are "bad", and deserved what happened. Many times, the abuser is someone the child and parentstrust, and that confuses the child further. The child may exhibit behavior changes, such as suddenly doing poorly in school, or act out in other ways. The best thing parents and care givers can do is educate their children, starting at a young age, about their bodies, "good touches" and "bad touches", and their right not to have anyone do anything to them, that their bodies are THEIRS and no one has the right to violate their body. Teach them in a non-scary way, and always keep an open dialougewith them. Statistics show that abusers are not always scary strangers, but someone known and trusted by the child and family. Also, if a child reports abuse, don't discount it. Believe them and investigate. A child that is abused needs to know that they are believed, and you are on their side. If a child starts acting in a very innapropriate sexual manner, that is also a sign. When questioning a child, don't use "leading" questions. Try to be neutral and let them talk about their feelings andfears. It's not easy, but I believe it is the best course of action. ( Full Answer )
Psychophysics is a branch of psychology that studies the relationship between the physical properties of stimuli and our psychological perceptions of them. E.g., "color" is a psychological perception of specific wavelengths of the visible spectrum of light. Color does not exist without an eye to see… it. Every sensory modality has similar interesting relationships with the physical world. The experiential perception is NOT the same as the physical stimulus in many cases. See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychophysics . Answer . No relationship. psychology is the study of the mind and physics is the study of matter and energy and how they interact. ( Full Answer )
My Wife was Abusing me Psychologically and finally out of resentment I finally spoke harsh cuss words She now calls me a Verbal Abuser Is she not the Abuser since my cussing was a reaction?
The short answer is that abuse is more of a pattern than a one time event. Rather than spending time trying to win this battle, both of you should take a couple's empowerment (no blame, just skills)communication class. Get it done, and move on. Answer She is displacing her abuse on you which is a…nother sign of an abuser. An action creates a reaction and that's what is sounds like. Cussing is not necessarily verbal abuse unless that is the only spoken words that are used. Your wife needs help and so do you. You sound like you are buying into her psychological warfare and when you FINALLY as you put it gave her a taste of her own medicine she didnt like it. Either get help or get out. You deserve better and you shouldn't be a doormat for anyone. ( Full Answer )
What should you do when your husband verbally abuses you in front of your teen-aged daughter what is the effect of this on her psychologically?
Answer . You should discuss with your husband the necessity for providing a loving, nurturing and respectful environment for your child. You need to set boundaries with your husband and let him know that having your daugher grow up in a household with domestic violence (verbal abuse is a form of… domestic violence) could be enough to have her removed from your home by the department of children and family services for 'failure to protect'. Obviously it would have to occur on more than one occassion, but isn't once enough? Minors should not be exposed to unhealthy behavior from their parents. What may happen is that she will internalize his behavior and your reaction to it by attempting to normalize the situation and telling herself that all families behave like this. At the very least you need to talk to her and tell her you love her and that not all men behave in her fathers manner or lack of. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Answer Since there are no two people exactly alike perhaps you have to ask yourself who you are psychologically, hopefully you will have your answer.
There is not a special term, it is simply an abuser guilty of physical aggression and premeditated cruelty
Yes you can file a lawsuit if you can find an attorney to take yourcase. This would be a case you would want to run by an attorney tosee if you have enough basis and evidence to proceed.
Psychological ~ (sk-lj-kl) also psyÂ·choÂ·logÂ·ic (-ljk). adj. . 1. Of or relating to psychology: psychological research. . 2. Of, relating to, or arising from the mind or emotions.. 3. Influencing or intended to influence the mind or emotions: psychological warfare. . 4. Of or be…ing any of certain primary colors whose mixture may be subjectively conceived as producing other colors.. ( Full Answer )
Effects of psychological abuse can be long lasting and devastating.There are many different effects of psychological abuse thatinclude shame, guilt, anxiety, crying, feeling helpless, avoidanceof eye contact, and fear. Other effects can include depression,substance abuse, low self-esteem, and withdr…awal. ( Full Answer )
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Signs a women/man is psychologically abused: . Becomes quiet and withdrawn. . Does not mix well at special events and generally sits quietly in a corner. . Refuses to speak to women if at an event or a woman victim refuses to speak to a man. . Keeps shifting eyes to their abusive partner to …be sure they can do something such as ordering a meal; having a drink or even speaking. . Often psychological abuse can turn into physical abuse and the victim may have a black eye; missing tooth; split lip; bruises or abrasions. . The victim has no friends and is often not allowed out without their abuser. . If the victim works the abuser keeps a strict time schedule on them and if they are off work at 5 PM they had better be home no later than the time it would take to get from their workplace to their home. . Some male abusers may tell their victim they cannot wear makeup or nice clothing (the abuser is insecure and does not want his victim to attract other men.) . Female abusers can be sly about their psychological abuse, but if one looks closely there are a lot of red flags (examples given above.) Women can be extremely jealous of a female even coming near their victim and men can be just as jealous if a man approaches their victim of abuse. . The victim is guarded closely by their abuser if they are around family and sometimes refuses to go to family events and orders his/her victim to stay home with them. ( Full Answer )
There are no substances within cannabis that have physically addicting properties, however a heavy long-term user of cannabis may be described as psychologically addicted, and may also receive slight withdrawal symptoms if the cannabis was removed.
Cocaine is extremely psychologically addictive, as well as chemically addictive. But it is NOT physically addictive.
Psychology :(study of soul or study of mind) is anacademic and applied discipline which involving scientific study ofmental process ,emotion and behaviors. The word psychology comes from Ancient Greek (psyco=soul,spirit ormind and logy= study off)
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How do they NOT affect your health. Healthy, meaningful relationships with mutual respect and good boundaries can help contribute to improving your mental, emotional, and physical health. So, surround yourself with good people. Conversely, unhealthy, relationsh*ts (as comedian Dane Cook calls them…) with no mutual respect and horrible boundaries can help contribute to the unravelling of your mental, emotional, and physical health and stability (or the remainder of what little stability you started out with in the first place). If you really want to get an idea, you should try and take a Physiological Psychology and/or a Sleep & Dreams college course. So many things have the potential to affect your overall health and quality of life, and life's too short to mess around with people who really don't care about you. Find the ones that do care about you and care for them in return. Find people who will add years to your life, not subtract. If you stick with people who don't take any responsibility for their life because they don't see their own worth, you will wish someone would subtract years from your life. It's not pretty. So, be positive. ( Full Answer )
Correction: What does a psychologist do? A Psychologists can be a lot of different things, it can be someone who studies animal behavior, human behavior, autistic children, family counselor, inmate counselor, therapist for children with mental disabilities and many more things. This is the defini…tion according to www.dictionary.com. . -the science of the mind or of mental states and processes-. -the science of human and animal behavior-. ( Full Answer )
Emotional child abuse is defined as the constant attack of a child or youth by an adult that negatively affects the child or youth's self-worth. It is important to note here the word 'constant'. With emotional abuse, the child/youth receives only negative messages, nothing positive. But the answer t…o your question goes much deeper. ( Full Answer )
Yes, animals that have been abused in the past sometimes can be aggressive toward the sex that abused them. (For example if a dog was abused by a male owner that dog may tend to be more aggressive toward males in the future.) The animal may also have problems with being nervous in certain situations…. ( Full Answer )
The correct way to ask that question is...."Do inhalants have physical or psychological addictions?" and i have an answer for you but I'm not going to tell you.
Dude, don't smoke meth. It makes you homeless and crazy. The above answer is quite true! But to answer your question, meth is a powerfully addictive drug, both psychologically and chemically. But it is not physically addictive.
I believe that many grew up with abusive parents and think that it's "normal." They have low self esteem and feel powerful when abusing a more submissive person.
Whatever the abuse, you must respond to it. Not only will it limit the abuse but it will also make you feel better.
Unless witnessed by others verbal abuse towards children or even adults can be difficult to detect or to prove. Some signs may be lethargy; fear in the eyes of the child around one or both parents; not doing well in school; may not eat well and look ill; may show signs of vomiting; wetting themselve…s; not playing with friends; picking fights with children their own age and will sit alone either in their room or in a corner of a room. However, some children may experience a few of the above actions when they are not verbally abused and simply moody and going through a growing spurt. ( Full Answer )
Most degree programs require a certain amount of "general studies" courses. These are not necessarily of any practical use whatsoever in your chosen field.. As useless as you find physics, it doesn't begin to describe how useless the typical science major finds philosophy or art history.
No, it's not. Addiction to phenethylamine psychedelics is rare. It would be next to impossible to get addicted to mescaline sourced from a cactus although it is conceivable for somebody to become mentally addicted to synthetic/extracted mescaline simply because it's a positive experience.
There are different things that you could mean by physical psychology... For example Physical Psychology is the change "physically" such as a baby . Birth-2 yrs old Physically the baby is starting to talk (or babble), growing teeth, starts crawling and hopefully starts walking... and these ar…e some examples of physical psychology. Another example is something such as studying the psychological reactions or responses for example lets say a little girl is in a store and she wants and she throws a tantrum to get it... and mom is willing to give her candy to behave. -Daughter- Behavior: Screaming/Tantrum Consequence: Receiving candy Result: More tantrums in the future -Mom- Behavior: Give candy Consequence: Screaming/Tantrum ends Result: More candy buying in the future. The physical response to the daughters behavior to make her behave is candy so child learns to get what they want cry or throw tantrum to get what they want, in this case, candy... ( Full Answer )
physical abuse is hiting Yes, but it is so much more! The intent of physical and psychological abuse is to get the victim to DO something they aren't doing or to get the victim to STOP DOING something they are doing. So with that in mind..... Physical abuse is any unwanted touching either di…rectly or indirectly. This can include hitting, punching, spitting, choking, slapping etc. It also includes physically restraining, and blocking their movement (such as a door so they can't leave). Throwing something such as a glass of water at or on the victim. Psychological abuse is anything which attacks the individual as a person with the intent of scaring, threatening, belittling, confusing, overpowering, humiliating and embarrassing the victim. ( Full Answer )
For as many books as there are supporting the idea of birth order's impact on development (of which psychoanalysts are large proponents of), research tends to support the idea that birth order has no real affect. However, the strongest case for "birth order" is the idea of the "niche." Many psycho…logists believe that people try to fit into predetermined "niches" in a family: the athletic one, the artistic one, the intelligent one, the rebel, etc. When one niche is taken by a child, the subsequent child will take an alternative niche. This is why when the oldest child takes the "smart, athletic" niche, the youngest child will often take the rebel. The foundation of this idea is that each "niche" becomes a part of that person's "identity" - which is ultimately the goal of our long, childhood search. Different "niches" are favored in different families. A family full of football stars will probably favor athletic niches, and therefore these will be taken first. A family full of scientists will be more likely to favor academic pursuits, and so their children will fill each of these niches first. Of course, the theory of the niche isn't always correct, and although logical, there is not a lot of scientific evidence backing the theory. Many times, multiple siblings will hold the same niche, or the oldest sibling will take the path of the "rebel" - or a family full of football stars will have a son who is the leader of the chess club. :-) ( Full Answer )
Physical sciences are defined as the investigation of non-living things, so psychology does not fit in that category. Instead, psychology is one of the social sciences, along with sociology, political science, anthropology, human geography, communication, economics, and linguistics.
LSD is definitely not physically addictive. Whether or not it can be psychologically addictive is a bit trickier. Almost any drug can be psychologically addictive; as people who take it all the time get used to the way they feel on it, they will become extremely aware of its absence if they suddenly… stop taking it. Since they are so accustomed to being on the drug, they actually feel normal when they're on it, and they feel distinctly abnormal when they stop. They feel as though something is missing from their brain. . However, since LSD doesn't produce the feeling of euphoria (extreme happiness) that other drugs -- such as opiates, cocaine, Ecstasy, and to some degree, Valium and Xanax -- do, the potential for psychological addiction is much lower. Furthermore, since LSD produces full-blown visual and auditory hallucinations, using it on a daily basis really isn't feasible for most people. You simply cannot function if you are hallucinating all the time; you'd have a lot of trouble just doing simple things like laundry or washing dishes, and you certainly couldn't hold down a job. That is another reason the potential for psychological addiction is much lower than it is with other drugs: most people do not want to be hallucinating all the time. . So, yes, technically, LSD can be psychologically addictive, but the potential for psychological addiction is very low. ( Full Answer )
Yes and no. Child abuse can take many forms. But the result, or the impact it has on the child, is emotional and psychological. The forms child abuse can take are emotional child abuse, psychological child abuse (also referred to as mental child abuse), and physical child abuse.
MOST DEFINITELY. Abuse can be physical (beating, not feeding..etc) Or mental (torturing by taking away things that make them happy, putting them down to kill their self-worth, telling them that no one loves them, instilling fear in them with constant threats, blaming for things like divorce, mak…ing them responsible for things like "if you do ___ I'm going to hit your sister/mommy..."...etc) I mean there are adults that have complexes from childhood psychological issues and they WEREN'T around a mental child abuser (even my dad has major depression issues, lack of confidence, feelings of worthlessness..etc because his mom played the 'favorite' thing with him and his other siblings and obviously, he turned out no able to earn the title of the "favorite") ( Full Answer )
During WWI gas was a nuisance, a crippling nuisance, often only wounding and causing widespread panic instead of outright killing.
not necesarilly...sometimes it can be stress, being drunk, or maybe even SOMETIMES having a psychological problem....Whatever they do have stilld oes not under no circumstances give them the right to hit their children.
I plan on earning my PhD in psychology so that I can have a career as a counselor and professor. I believe physics to be the most important of all sciences because it is the study of matter and energy and ultimately everything is matter or energy, including thoughts and feeling in the brain. Conside…r that all thought is simply the action of chemically produced electrical currents travelling along neurons triggering the release of neurotransmitters which in turn start the action all over again. This is as a result of a reaction of potassium and sodium ions and the various receptors and neurotransmitters in the brain and nervous system. All of these events can be explained and understood with physics. At some point thought takes place on a quantum level and I think this is the final frontier in the study of consciousness. Check out Heisenberg's Principle of Uncertainty and think about the consequences of this idea with regard to thought. It's a pretty exciting prospect. ( Full Answer )
Psychology helps you in Physical Education because it can Motivate you to do better. Like that elastic band Item - It is said that their is chemicals in it but really its a form of Psychology.
Children, to use an old didactic ( preachy, teachy) blank verse, learn what they live. they are children of experience. They do not have adult faculties of staying distant from a situation -they tend to project into story lines, gear characters down to a kiddy level ( for example they will say a Boy… traveler, when the character in say , one of Verne"s novels is an adult male, and so on. Kids have a wild uncontrolled imagination and this is not all bad- they draw a very hazy line between reality and fantasy. Felix the Cat is a cartoon character, but sometimes kids well stretch the truth. This is why there are different critical standards for adult and children"s literature- particularily on the lower end of the scale. Violent family strife- arguments, divorce, etc were traditionally taboo in family tales - even on TV Okay to narrow sights- a kid can have a bad experience with - say a music teacher who may be a sadist- and this could mark them for life. It is surprisingly easy as the music classes are usually solitary affairs- there are no witnesses, and often studios have soundproofed practice rooms- other things than say Jingle Bells might be practiced! Well, the kid could grow up hating music, again looking at the lilmited perspective of a child. Child abuse is a sour but real , and hazardous realityl. ( Full Answer )
divorce and it's affects on children vary and depend on the children, and the situation of the divorce. the younger the children are, the less they understand about the divorce. some blame themselves, and some blame one of the parents, if not both. sometimes, when the child is left with a single par…ent, who usually is the mother the child will either blame and resent that parent for messing up the unity that the child once saw that parent having with the no longer present spouse, or the child will form a very deep bond with that parent for fear of losing the one parent that child has left. the substitution of another person to fill in the role of the parent who either left or is not in that child's life as much by introducing a step parent can be tricky and in some cases not healthy. one should never try to compel a child to call a step parent "mom" or "dad", unless the kid wants to do so on their own. Beware of abusive step parents and allow free communication from child to see if step parent might be abusive behind closed doors. ( Full Answer )
There are four main types of abuse: . Neglect - "I come home to an empty house every day, there's nothing in the fridge. No one notices if I go to school or not." This is the most common form of abuse. It's when our basic needs - like food, clothing or warmth - aren't properly met. . Physical abu…se - "I wear long sleeves to cover the bruises and throw a sickie on swimming days so no one finds out." This is where someone physically hurts us, by physical punishments or any violent treatment. . Emotional abuse - "My mum blames me for my dad moving out." This could be a complete lack of love and attention, or too much spiteful and cruel attention. . Sexual abuse - "I hate it when my uncle visits. I wish we had a lock on our bedroom door." This is when someone treats us in a sexual way or shows us sexual images, when we're under 16 years old, or when we don't want them to. Adults who sexually abuse, or want to sexually abuse, children are called paedophiles. ( Full Answer )
Physical dependence is characterized by discomfort if drug administration suddenly stops, while psychological addiction is characterized by an overpowering craving for the drug for reasons other than pain relief.
How do you know in a relationship with children ranging from 2-12 truly that the individual is being psychologically and verbally abusive to you and your children and if so what do you do?
You need to take the risk of sitting down and communicating with this individual and perhaps the problem is the fact that both of you disagree on any punishment given to the children when they are unruly and both of you need to set rules for the children and stick to them. Simple rules for disobedie…nt children is being 'grounded'; not watching TV; not seeing friends, etc. If this individual is putting you down by calling you names; telling you that you are not a good mother; not a good cook; ugly; fat or no other man would want you then this is verbal abuse and children should not be brought up in such an environment. If this individual takes no part in raising the children; yells and screams for you to control them if they make too much noise or the two year old cries; beats the older children with a belt or other object; slaps them across the face; pushes or punches then this is physical abuse and not acceptable behavior. If this is the case you need to take yourself and your children out of this environment by getting rid of this verbally abusive partner. ( Full Answer )
Cussing, name calling, exaggerating when you tell them they have done something wrong and call them things like lazy, dumb etc when in fact children learn better when you speak slowly and looks them in the face calmly. Like most of us do. When someone yells or call you names you shut down or get ang…ry. Sarcasm and irony is mean as well since small kids haven't learned it yet. ( Full Answer )
is a form of abuse where the parent/carer is not showing any affection to the child, resulting in neglect/rejection, basically ignoring the child.
Psychology is the study of the mind and the various disciplines that make up the subject. There are many theories in psychology.
Alphas tend to have lower amounts of cortisol, which is a stresshormone in their blood and less stress generally leads to ahealthier life. The lower the baboon is in the troupe hierarchy,the more stressed out it is and so those translate into more healthproblems.
The scientific study of the human mind and its functions,especially those affecting behavior in a given context.