Individuals with an internal locus of control are more likely to see their behavior as something they can adapt or change. This is a psychology term denoting that individuals take full responsibility of their actions and has the ability to will their actions because they know they could do it. Instead of asking for others’ support, the person owes up himself and changes himself for the better. Whatever he does is for himself however he does not stop himself from helping other people if needed. He does not fear failures because he knows he could get out from it.
Individuals with _______ are more likely to see their behavior as something they can adapt or change. A. a support group of friends and family B. an internal locus of control C. a persistent desire to help others D. a fear of failure