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- Learned helplessness
- Martin Seligman
- Helplessness : on depression, development, and death
- Learned helplessness
Helplessness is a state in which nothing a person opts to do affects what is happening.
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Learned helplessness is behavior exhibited by a subject after enduring repeated aversive stimuli beyond their control. It was initially thought to be caused from the subject's acceptance of their powerlessness: discontinuing attempts to escape or avoid the aversive stimulus, even when such alternatives are unambiguously presented. Upon exhibiting such behavior, the subject was said to have acquired learned helplessness. In humans, learned helplessness is related to the concept of self-efficacy ; the individual's belief in their innate ability to achieve goals. Learned helplessness theory is the view that clinical depression and related mental illnesses may result from such real or perceived absence of control over the outcome of a situation. American psychologist Martin Seligman initiated research on learned helplessness in at the University of Pennsylvania as an extension of his interest in depression.
In comparison to the expected outcome of the long lasting suppression and persecution, Jews during centuries demonstrated the relative resistance to stress, learned helplessness and depression. This article suggests that this resistance may be related to the peculiarity of the traditional Jewish religious education that stimulates intellectual search activity as well as right-hemispheric polysemantic thinking in equilibrium with the left hemispheric verbal thinking. Download to read the full article text. Fernando, S. Aspects of depression in a Jewish minority group.
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By Dr. Saul McLeod , published Depression is a mood disorder which prevents individuals from leading a normal life, at work socially or within their family. Behaviorism emphasizes the importance of the environment in shaping behavior. The focus is on observable behavior and the conditions through which individuals' learn behavior, namely classical conditioning, operant conditioning and social learning theory. For example, classical conditioning proposes depression is learned through associating certain stimuli with negative emotional states.
Helplessness: On Depression, Development and Death. By Martin E. P. Seligman University of Abstract. Save PDF. Save pdf ( mb).
Helplessness : on depression, development, and death
Seligman, M. Helplessness: on depression, development, and death. San Francisco : New York: W. Seligman, Martin E.
Self-Defeating Behaviors pp Cite as. Learned helplessness in people entails two stories: an account of the controversial attempts in the experimental laboratory to produce a phenomenon akin to that observed in dogs following uncontrollable shocks and an account of the enthusiastic extrapolations of the helplessness phenomenon to explain our failures to adapt. Because we see the opposite pattern, we must conclude that scientists and citizens alike feel a strong need to explain why people engage in puzzling acts of self-injury. The learned helplessness phenomenon provides us with one possible answer.
Robert J. The old model of learned helplessness and depression was compared with the reformulated model. Fifty elderly depressed! Nondepressed women were exposed to a number guessing task and were given nonveridical feedback as to their success or failure on the task. As predicted by the reformulated model, significant interaction effects were found.
Seligman is a strong promoter within the scientific community of his theories of positive psychology  and of well-being. His theory of learned helplessness is popular among scientific and clinical psychologists. He was previously the Director of the Clinical Training Program in the department, and earlier taught at Cornell University. Seligman was born in Albany, New York to a Jewish family. He was educated at a public school and at The Albany Academy. He earned a bachelor's degree in philosophy at Princeton University in , graduating summa cum laude. Seligman's foundational experiments and theory of "learned helplessness" began at University of Pennsylvania in , as an extension of his interest in depression.
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