Educational Research Paper: Students with Behavioral Issues

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Abstract Behavior issues are a big topic among teachers, and parents alike. Behaviors can affect the student exhibiting the behavior, the other students, the teachers, administrators, and parents. Behavior is the actions and reactions of an organism, usually in relation to its environment. The real source of behavior is still somewhat a mystery; behavioral issues are said to be psychological, emotional, environmental, or psychosocial, and even heredity. Some behavioral issues are also known as conduct disorders, some examples of conduct disorders are oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) and antisocial personality disorders. Not all behavioral issues are an actual disorder. Human behavior is the behaviors exhibited by human beings and …show more content…
Behavioral issues often cause the lesson that is being taught to come to a screeching halt as the teacher tries to regain control of the situation at hand. Another thing that occurs with behavioral issues is that the teacher goes far beyond the call of duty to help that certain student, and in effect, neglects themselves, and the other students. Much stress is added to teachers because they must try to prevent disruptive behavior in their classrooms, something that the instructor is only partially in control of. Behavior is defined as the actions or reactions of an object or organism, usually in relation to the environment. Behavior can be conscious or subconscious, clear or concealed, and voluntary or involuntary. Human behavior can range from ordinary, to abnormal, tolerable, to not so tolerable. Behavioral issues are often psychological, emotional, environmental, or psychosocial, and even heredity; behavioral issues cover a very wide range of mental and emotional areas; some children and young adults are said to have some sort of disorder, however children who act out, or show different behavioral issues don’t always have some sort of disorder. Biological factors also play a role in the development of behavior, such as: chemical imbalances, and damage to the central nervous system. Several environmental factors that affect behavioral issues are: violence, extreme stress, and the loss of an insignificant
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