Some Characteristics of Abnormal Behavior
- Statistical Abnormality- an act that might be considered abnormal if it is not common in a certain area.
- Violation of socially accepted standards- an abnormal act tat may be considered as something that goes against usual or huge or presumed regulations of behavior. An example; a person might be looked upon abnormally in one’s unsuccess to act mannerly by one’s family, friends, and school.
- Theoretical approaches- theories that come on abnormaility by opening with a theory of personality growth, if normal growth can be determined, then abnormality is determined by the unsuccess to devolp in this way. Example; if someone over cmes the will to steal and another person does not overcome this will, that person would be considered abnormal.
- Subjective abnormality- Abnormal behavior that b=can be determined by ones feeling of abnormality, like feelings of anxiety, depression, unfamiliarity, or any anthing else labeled as “uncommon”.
- Biological injury- a behavoir in which someone can develop or have been born with a disease such as diabetes, heart problems, brain diseases, and genetic disorders.