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Learned helplessness

Introduction: Learned helplessness

Description of Learned helplessness

Learned helplessness: exposure to adverse and uncontrollable events often causes the reaction of helplessness; symptoms include: difficulty in learning behavior patterns in reaction to controllable adversities, reduced motivation in initiating coping responses, and emotional reactions of sadness or depression.
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