“Human Behavior is generally caused and predictable.” Explain?


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This concept refers to the fact that human behaviour is not a spontaneous and unpredictable process, rather it can be scientifically analysed and pre-empted because humans follow psychological patterns, and most actions we take are the result of a cause-and-effect reaction.

It could be argued that everything we do, every action we take, has a biological or social stimulus - a cause for each action.

In this way, understanding the causes of actions we are likely to commit makes human behaviour somewhat predictable.

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