PSYCHO-BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE RESEARCH AND INTERACTIONISM MODEL

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Naksit Sakdapat

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This article aims to analyze the body of knowledge from psycho-behavioral science research and interactionism models. The article explains research approaches of psychological traits and situational factors which scholars to gain more understandings on human’s behaviors. The article also describes psycho-behavioral science research, interactionism models and other theories which based on interactionism models as well as examples of variables in each theory, especially psychological traits, situational factors, and psychological states. In addition, the article suggests an approach to develop a hypothesis and a guideline to testify tools for psycho-behavioral science research and an advanced statistical analysis for the research as well as examples of psycho-behavioral science research and interactionism models.

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Sakdapat, N. . . (2021). PSYCHO-BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE RESEARCH AND INTERACTIONISM MODEL. Dusit Thani College Journal, 15(1), 529–545. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journaldtc/article/view/247467
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