Skutki przemocy – zespół barona Münchhausena
Effects of violence – Munchhausen syndrome
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Humanistic psychology assumes that a child is by nature good and noble, and what he will become in the future depends on the kind of environment where the processes of upbringing and socialisation have taken place. Violence is beyond any doubt a social phenomenon which does not have any moral, territorial, or religious borders. Experiencing violence in childhood often determines undertaking destructive behaviours by an individual.
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