8 Psychological Laws Which Control Our Unknown Actions


Laws of psychology-There are many such events which take place in our life which are very hard to understand. We feel it hard to know how the fortune-tellers can predict our future and why the broken windows disturb us too much.

To get out the answers to these questions, scientists have developed theories. These theories explain the actual meaning of all these things.

Here we have read many psychological books, and through thee books, we are going to share some secrets with you.

Theory of broken windows

Y American sociologists had implemented the method of broken windows. They were L. Kelling and James Q. Wilson. They tried to figure out the reason for the increasing crime in New York City. They concluded that minor offenses like garbage scattering or graffiti actively got affected the crime level in a general way.

Rudy Giuliani, The fan of this theory, the mayor of New York in the year 1994 has managed to decrease the level of crime in his city by double. We could apply this theory anywhere like at the state level, in international politics, at home, or work.

Theory of learned helplessness

8 Laws Of Psychology Which Control Our Unknown Actions

This theory is a behavioral disorder. In this theory, a person is not trying anything to improve his life though he has the opportunity to do something for his life. Now the question arises that why we call it ‘learned.’ It is because no one is born with the idea that overcoming our obstacles is useless. This idea comes in mind of a person when he goes through a lot of stress. When they go through multiple failures, they start to give up, and they think that nothing is dependent on them.

Theory of a reality tunnel

According to this theory, persons see the world around them through the filters of their own experience, joys, and all the failures. It is because people usually have different opinions regarding the same thing.

According to this theory, there is no universal truth. It is because all this happens.

Hedgehogs’ dilemma

According to this theory, people stay close to each other, and most of us need family and friends. Sometimes, our relationships get followed by pain. We move away or become estranged because of the imperfections of our loved ones.

The key lies in love and friendship for happy relationships. Its key also lies in the person’s ability to give enough warmth to another person and personal space between both of you at the same time. You should keep a distance to maintain your harmony.

Foot in the door

At the first time, the person will do a little favor to you but later due to his demands and requests you will get trapped, and you will be unable to say no to him. This trick is called ‘foot in the door.’ Marketers use this trick to sell their goods.

Sellers offer you to buy three at the price of two things. It means that they have read psychological books and he is trying to get his foot in your door. They know that you will buy their products.

Theory of creeping normality

People accept the most terrible changes in their life if these terrible changes happen gradually.

We can get answers to many questions through this theory. The items from big historical events to the ordinary routine things can take place.

Self-fulfilling prophecy

Sometimes prophecies come true, but it does not mean that there is magic. According to the trick, if you believe in prophecy, then it will come true. Fraudsters use this paradox.

It can be enough for a person to believe in someone else’ idea to generate thoughts which confirm the idea. But others’ ideas are not always right.

Baby duck syndrome

A freshly hatched duck takes the first moving object that the duck sees for its mother. And it continues to follow the purpose everywhere. Anything like a dog, a human, a goat, or even an inanimate object can serve as its mother. According to scientists, this behavior is imprinting. This feature is present in all humans.