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Use the behavioral personality theory to explain why humans have habits
Behavioral personality theory looks at the environment as well as society's impact on how an individual acts which might be the reason for criminal behavior. [ This theory blames the environment as well as the individual by saying it is a learned behavior and that it also was a choice they made. A basic assumption is that behavior is learned and modeled by individuals, groups, the media, and
society as a whole. The theory explains why people commit crime for a number of reasons. People commit crime because of the benefits and the rewards they may receive for it. For an example, most people sell drugs because they see the materialistic and money gained from selling drugs. People also commit crime because of their attachments to their peers, and by wanting to be accepted. This theory also explains that you are making a choice to participate in the commission of these crimes and that you are learning the behavior. Please click on the "Good" button if you like my answer. Thank you [smile] ]
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Weegy: Behavioral personality theory looks at the environment as well as society's impact on how an individual acts which might be the reason for criminal behavior. [ This theory blames the environment as well as the individual by saying it is a learned behavior and that it also was a choice they made. A basic assumption is that behavior is learned and modeled by individuals, groups, the media, and society as a whole. The theory explains why people commit crime for a number of reasons. People commit crime because of the benefits and the rewards they may receive for it. For an example, most people sell drugs because they see the materialistic and money gained from selling drugs. People also commit crime because of their attachments to their peers, and by wanting to be accepted. This theory also explains that you are making a choice to participate in the commission of these crimes and that you are learning the behavior. Please click on the "Good" button if you like my answer. Thank you [smile] ]
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User: This does not answer my question. I said nothign about criminal behavior

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