Psychology

you examine basic concepts of human interaction from a psychology perspective. In your examination, describe at least two examples of how human behavior changes based on social situations. In your description be sure to address the following:
a.Describe the specific behaviors.
b.Describe the context in which the behaviors occurred.
c.Analyze precursors and consequences of the behaviors in terms of social psychology concepts.
d.Identify any associated phenomenon (e.g., social faciltation, social loafing, group think) with your selected behaviors.
e.Determine if the exhibited behaviors necessitate therapeutic intervention.

I can do everything in this paper if some would give me an example of what my instructor is looking for when she states
describe at least two examples of how human behavior changes based on social situations.

and
Describe the specific behaviors.
the behaviors are the way the person acts when they are addressed with the social situation.
confused please help me understand this.

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  1. People's behavior changes with the situation they're in. For instance, we don't act the same at a funeral, partying with friends, visiting elderly relatives, at school, a football game, walking in the woods, walking in a crowded city, etc.

    Think about the different behaviors expected in each of these situations.

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  2. I am needing help I have a paper due on compare and contast Normal and abnormal Psychology
    My problem is I can not find no information on what is Normal psychology. I have found great information on abnormal psychology with no luck on normal psychology
    can some one please explain it or give a site I can read on it I am not sure how I can compare and contast the two when I do not know exactily what Normal psychology is.

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