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Weiner, B. (2000). Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Theories of Motivation from an Attributional Perspective. Educational Psychology Review, 12, 1-14.

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  • TITLE: Learned Helplessness and Socialization: A Reflective Analysis

    AUTHORS: Atasi Mohanty, Rabindra Kumar Pradhan, Lalatendu Kesari Jena

    KEYWORDS: Learned Helplessness, Depression, Disease Susceptibility, Coping with Undesirable Life Events, Work Inefficiency, Socialization

    JOURNAL NAME: Psychology, Vol.6 No.7, June 18, 2015

    ABSTRACT: The growth of an individual is an area of great scientific concern. The malleability of a human being in its physiological and psychological structure makes room for external influences. A multitude of influence interacts with a professional’s psychological structure and molds it in various ways. It has been understood that the pattern of socialization is a potent source of influence for growth of professional. Hence, it is important to recognize that the growth not only means the execution of certain responses, but also inhibitions of certain other responses. Therefore, we presume from such a stand point that an understanding of negative forces is as important as that of positive forces and the explanation of such negative factors is essential for harnessing the growth of a professional. This assumption is primarily drawn because as our skills and abilities surface under some stimulating condition, the competence at the same time may likely to be suppressed by some negative factors. Through this conceptual paper, we would like to bring the learned helplessness in which such negative influences of socialization are conceptualized and predicted.