Jul 14, 2010

back with topic !

Assalamualaikum and a very pleasant evening, please be notice that its been almost a year since i updated my last blog.

First, im now pursuing to semester 5 for my degree which means final year.
people said that now ure getting bigger, you should act matured. but its a problem that i cant do that for now. still with my normal attitude, being happy just by being myself. See, i cant just wipe away the me inside u know. everybody does.
For instance, i am one hell of a havoc ballistic girl to the world eye, including people around me. so, as for me being u know, quite and sopan santun for tibe - tibe, fosho people will see this situation as AWKWARD ! aahaha. then they'll start to ask me "eh, ko ade problem ke ni?"
i will definitely answer this, "dah final year kan, kenela berubah sikit" thats a total LIE ! so, i did some research on maturity, does it involves our attitude?

so here it goes,

Maturity is more of a manner largely reflective of rational, logical and responsible decision making, whereas attitude is more of a point of view reflective of emotional and cognitive reaction towards stimulus, actions, and/or judgments.

Maturity is a psychological term used to indicate that a person responds to the circumstances or environment in an appropriate and adaptive manner. This response is generally learned rather than instinctive, and is not determined by one's age. Maturity also encompasses being aware of the correct time and place to behave and knowing when to act appropriately, according to the situation.
Maturity is something of personal character, or how a person acts in stressful or difficult situations, because then a person's true ability to react to a situation can be seen. Fake social interactions are often misjudged as many people rely on outward appearance to mask inner strengths/weaknesses so as to present a simpler version of oneself to the world.
Additional ways to judge if a person is mature include rational thinking and logical explanation in solving a problem, and the art of reasoning while debating.
While it has been shown that older persons are generally more mature, psychological maturity is not determined by one's age. However, for legal purposes, people are not considered psychologically mature enough to perform certain tasks (such as driving, consenting to sex, signing a binding contract or making medical decisions) until they have reached a certain age. In fact, judge Julian Mack, who helped create the juvenile court system in the United States, said that juvenile justice was based on the belief that young people do not always make good decisions because they are not mature, but this means that they can be reformed more easily than adults. However, the relationship between psychological maturity and age is a difficult one, and there has been much debate over how to tell if someone is mature, especially regarding social issues like abortion.

An attitude is a hypothetical construct that represents an individual's degree of like or dislike for an item. Attitudes are generally positive or negative views of a person, place, thing, or event-- this is often referred to as the attitude object. People can also be conflicted or ambivalent toward an object, meaning that they simultaneously possess both positive and negative attitudes toward the item in question.
Attitudes are judgments. They develop on the ABC model (affect, behavior, and cognition). The affective response is an emotional response that expresses an individual's degree of preference for an entity. The behavioral intention is a verbal indication or typical behavioral tendency of an individual. The cognitive response is a cognitive evaluation of the entity that constitutes an individual's beliefs about the object. Most attitudes are the result of either direct experience or observational learning from the environment.
Unlike personality, attitudes are expected to change as a function of experience.
Emotion is a common component in persuasion, social influence, and attitude change. Much of attitude research emphasized the importance of affective or emotion components. Emotion works hand-in-hand with the cognitive process, or the way we think, about an issue or situation.


Wikipedia :)

so, kesimpulannya i rasa kalau nak matang tak semestinya kene ubah perangai is it? matang by mind is the most good thing that make sure we able to decide what good and bad things to do. so thats it for now !