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ASSIGNMENT 2 PSYCHOLOGY (PPS1814)MOHD SHAHRIN YUDIN (1131300038)Question 1Choose a current event or topic of public interest and briefly describe it. (Example: violence against women, school-bullying, corruption and bribery, road-rage). Discuss how the major perspectives in contemporary psychology might shed light on the topic. In your discussion, you are to include the following five (5) perspectives: neuroscientific, psychodynamic, behavioral, cognitive, and humanistic.Neuroscientific perspectivesWith no answers yet in the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370; investigators have said they're considering many options: hijacking, sabotage, terrorism or catastrophic equipment ...view middle of the document...

if they understand that thought, They could survive from plane crash but it is exceedingly unlikely, since they would most likely die quickly or fall unconscious - and in any case, it might be a risk worth taking, once you balance the enormous benefits of air travel against the very small risks of a crash.They could learn to formulate counter-messages to address frightening thoughts, perhaps something like "I've chosen to take a tiny risk because I want to see the world. I'm okay with that small risk, and can relax now and accept that I cannot control everything, and there is risk involved in all aspects of life - risk that need not lock me up in fear."Behavioral perspectiveBased on Malaysian police chief Khalid Abu Bakar He was said that the investigation looking into four areas is hijacking, Sabotage, Psychological problems of the passengers and crew and personal problems among the passengers and crew. Malaysian police chief also said Maybe somebody on the flight has bought a huge sum of insurance, who wants family to gain from it or somebody who has owed somebody so much money and he try to look at all possibilities.12 crew members on board the missing plane was checking by psychological background and they look very closely at the video footage taken at the KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport), They are studying the behavioral pattern of all the passengers.Adding to the puzzle, Malaysian military radar tracking suggested it may have turned back from its scheduled route and has ended at southern Indian Ocean. This behavior should investigate properly since just a few suspects on boarding can fly the plane.On the other side, Family members especially those in China demands body, evidence from Malaysians, they were warned that they should not let anger prevail over facts and rationality by directing "irrational words and behavior" at the Malaysian government.Cognitive perspectiveInnovation is an area of life and workplace leadership that requires you to go against your natural biological instincts. Think about it. Innovation is all about dealing with uncertainty, from not knowing if people will actually get what you're trying to create, to managing diverse work teams with strong and often equally valid perspectives. Without cognitive dissonance, you would not be able to appreciate the different options on the decision-making table. You would end up choosing the 'safe' solution, which is usually the status quo solution because it has a reassuring track record.Locating Flight MH370, for instance, is calling for innovative problem-solving and a mastery of cognitive dissonance. Instead of jumping to preliminary conclusions based on sketchy or unverified information, the authorities in question appear to be holding two or more contradictory possibilities until a clearer picture forms. This is no small feat, especially amidst the glare of international media outlets and in the face of devastated relatives of the missing passengers and flight...

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