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By Adrian Faupel

ISBN-10: 0203839889

ISBN-13: 9780203839881

ISBN-10: 0415580714

ISBN-13: 9780415580717

Pt. 1. What can we suggest by means of anger? -- pt. 2. making plans to prevent the hurricane -- pt. three. The fireworks -- pt. four. sensible functions -- pt. five. Appendices

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But all things are never equal, and behavioural geneticists focus much more on what is known as ‘gene expression’ rather than gene control. g. family history) and present environments. This reminds us of Kurt Lewin’s equation: B=f(PE), namely that behaviour (B) is always a function of an interaction between the make-up of an individual person (P) and his or her environment (E) (Lewin, 1936). More directly relevant from our point of view is the biological significance and purpose of ‘emotion’. There has been a growing consensus in recent years that emotions are rooted in our evolutionary history and that they have an extraordinary value in helping us to survive both as a species and as individuals.

Within this model, our responses may be motivated by unconscious desires and fears that we are unaware of at the time. It could be argued that motivations bring patterns of thought associated with them and that they (emotions + thought) lead to behaviour. If all I have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail. Abraham Maslow (1968) A person driven by anger may have a preoccupation with blaming others and a desire for retribution. Behavioural strategies to achieve these ends will therefore be chosen.

This may require support from outside agencies such as the Educational Psychology Service, particularly in the development phase of these practices (Woodcock, in press). 4 Handling crises Fourth, the policy needs to explicitly address the school’s approach to handling crises, which will inevitably occur even in a very well run school. Every school now has a duty to have a clear policy for preventing bullying and for responding to it when it happens. There should be robust contingency plans for dealing with fights, bullying, vandalism, verbal abuse and generally disruptive behaviour.

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