University of Phoenix Neurological Changes Evident in Learned Helplessness Essay

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Neurological changes evident in learned helplessness
Learned helplessness is a state of mind whereby an organism is expected to carry
callous stimuli or distressing stimulation. An individual will be ineffectual or reluctant in
avoiding successive confrontations with those stimuli, sometimes whether they are avertible
presumably since they have recognized that they cannot overcome this problem. In instances
where people feel no control over their position, they tend to act helplessly. The theory of
learned helplessness was explicated and advanced by Martin E.P. Seligman at the U...

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