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Psy502 assignment solution
Why McDougall’s point of view is known as “Hormic” point of view. (2)
My task is the more difficult one of justifying the far more radically purposive psychology denoted by the adjective " hormic," a psychology which claims to be autonomous ; which refuses to be bound to and limited by the principles current in the physical sciences ; which asserts that active striving towards a goal is a fundamental category of psychology, and is a process of a type that cannot be mechanistically explained or resolved into mechanistic sequences ; which leaves it to the future development of the sciences to decide whether the physical sciences shall continue to be mechanistic or shall find it necessary to adopt hormic interpretations of physical events, and whether we are to have ultimately one science of nature, or two, the mechanistic and the teleological. For hormic psychology is not afraid to use teleological description and explanation. Rather, it insists that those of our activities which we can at all adequately describe are unmistakably and undeniably teleological, are activities which we undertake in the pursuit of some goal, for the sake of some result which we foresee and desire to achieve. And it holds that such activities are the true type of all mental activities and of all truly vital activities, and that, when we seek to interpret more obscure instances of human activity and when we observe on the part of animals
There are eighteen different types of propensities identified by McDougall and he claims
that behavior is the result of those propensities. You are required to select any four
propensities and define them in your own words along with one real life example for
each. (4+4)
Escape fear example run away from that place when I feel danger
Combat anger example I feel angry one someone call me with my sir name
Curiosity wonder example mostly people feel curiosity when two people
Repulsion disgust example when a child starts weeping it’s just disgusting

What type of urges people in Pakistani society possess? Support your answer with real
life examples. (5)
Is question m apny Pakistan k logo m paye janay wly rujhanat ko btana hy k ksy rujhanat paye jty hy society
For example;
Dates are not allow in Pakistani urges
Abuses are not allowed
Friendship with males are not allowed
Without cloths wondering on roads are not allowed

Different kinds of leadership styles have been proposed by Lewin. Which style of
leadership is more suitable in Pakistani society? Discuss by keeping in view the leaders and
political situation of Pakistan?
A democratic leadership style can be a powerful way to realize the potential within teams and organizations. That’s especially the case because:
It fits well with the current ideas of empowerment and engagement of staff
It is particularly beneficial for helping get the best out of teams
If fosters creativity and ideas
it builds a  sense of commitment and demonstrates that skills and expertise are valued
It makes time to think about important decisions that need everybody to be on-board
It is effective with knowledge workers where their expertise is greater than the leaders.
There are however some cautionary notes about adopting a democratic leadership style:
It can be demanding seeking to consult and achieve consensus
It should not be an excuse for procrastination, discuss, consult and then come to a decision and act. Avoid the situation of becoming bogged down in meetings that don’t go anywhere.


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