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Collaboration, the author argues, can result in a culture of learned helplessness where everyone abdicates responsibility.
However, many of those I interviewed expressed extreme regret in the aftermath of the day while others demonstrated a learned helplessness towards stopping drinking on the day.
This effect has been termed learned helplessness (Seligman, 1975).
Martin Seligmann, the "father of positive psychology," studied learned helplessness in the 1970's.
Luskin, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist added that "if the long-term unemployed do not pursue alternatives in their job search, they may experience learned helplessness, a condition and syndrome that can develop from a constant inability to succeed in finding satisfactory employment.
Low self-esteem, depression, learned helplessness, wife beating, and alcohol abuse were common.
Among the topics are grooming behavior, marble burying and burrowing, ultrasonic vocalizations by infant mice as a ethological expression of separation anxiety, the tail-suspension test as a model for characterizing antidepressant activity, learned helplessness, novelty-induced hypophagia, stress protocols and behavioral testing for acute and chronic social defeat, and mice models for the manic pole of bipolar disorder.
She may in fact have something called Learned Helplessness.