CAUSE: development, age, maturationTREATMENT: satiation of developmental needsIMPLICATIONS/JUDGEMENTS: person is reacting normally to normal developmentTOLERANCE: high (if developmental stage is recognized)
CAUSE: situationTREATMENT: change the situationIMPLICATIONS/JUDGMENTS: person is reacting normally to the immediate situation only; the behavior is not something he/she does all the timeTOLERANCE: high
CAUSE: fatigue, hungerTREATMENT: treat condition- rest or feedIMPLICATIONS/JUDGMENTS: person is reacting normally to the condition; condition changes, then behavior changesTOLERANCE: high
CAUSE: fear, anxiety, joy, sadness, griefTREATMENT: validate emotions, teach appropriate expressionIMPLICATIONS/JUDGMENTS: person is reacting normally; colleague or supervisor may have judgment about appropriateness of the feelingTOLERANCE: high (depends on own comfort w/expression of emotions)
CAUSE: personalityTREATMENT: adjust for temperament/ socializeIMPLICATIONS/JUDGMENTS: person is reacting based on innate normal traits for him/herTOLERANCE: *high for temperament, *low for behavior
CAUSE: family/school systems, turmoil, constraints- dysfunctionalityTREATMENT: alter system, change environmentIMPLICATIONS/JUDGMENTS: person is reacting normally to an adverse environment; victim of the environmentTOLERANCE: high- sympathetic (colleague/supervisor may have guilt)
CAUSE: person's psychological problem/disorderTREATMENT: treat problem/disorder- "sick" patientIMPLICATIONS/JUDGMENTS: something is wrong with the personTOLERANCE: low to high?
CAUSE: evil or rotten essenceTREATMENT: abandonment, punishment, damnation, or seeking of spiritual interventionIMPLICATIONS/JUDGMENTS: person is unsalvageable by another's activity or interventionTOLERANCE: none to ?
a) start playing around w/it,b) read the instructions,c) have someone tell you how to do it.
a) have someone take/show you,b) look at a map,c) have someone verbally give you instructions.
a) discussion,b) visual aids,c) lecture.
MOTOR-KINESTHETIC LEARNERS tend to favor answers (a).
VISUAL LEARNERS tend to favor answers (b).
AUDITORY LEARNERS tend to favor answers (c).