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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTA01H3
Professor
Mortenser
Semester
Winter

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Positive Attraction  people are often attracted to those who have found meaning in their life (they’re thought of as more likeable, better friends, and have more desirable conversations)  how you see others affect how you react to them—your reaction to a person who smiles at you vs. someone who’s frowning at you How Do We Change Our Behaviour?  Carlo DiClemente and James Prochaska identified 5 stages of change (the transtheoretical model of change)  stage 1: pre-contemplation  has not yet acknowledged problem in behaviour (smoking, video game addiction)  stage 2: contemplation  acknowledges problem but isn’t sure what to do  stage 3: preparation  commits to change and gets plan of action  stage 4: action  changes behaviour  stage 5: maintenance  keeps new behaviour  if behaviour is stable, and you stay at maintenance long enough, transcendence occurs (find it hard to imagine you had such a “stupid” problem)  if you can’t keep up the new behaviour, you go into relapse—cycle starts again at stage 1 How Does Mental Health Affect Behaviour?  mental illness can affect anyone—20% of Canadians will get it  psychology tries to understand
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