Within everyday life people believe themselves to be constantly changing. In actuality, the changes that one believes to have are but minor changes. A personís personality is usually set at an early age in childhood. A social psychologist named George Herbert Mead understood society through socialization stems he called social behaviorism. Mead and another psychologist by the name of John B. Watson worked together on this approach. Watson focused on outward behavior in this
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able to imagine another personís point of view. Young Jenniferís self has developed enough at the age of six to be able to use the process that Mead called taking the role of the other.
Mead was an active reformer and studying society was an ongoing process to him. He believed in the contention that society may have the power to shape individuals, but people also have the capacity to mold their society.