Understanding the behavior matrix
The model explains the emergence of mental illness. Some mental illnesses are acquired while others are acquired through the environment a child lives. If mental illness is detected in a child at an early stage, the illness is likely to be healed. With the help of biological factors such as medicine, a child mental state should be checked occasionally. Medicine as a biological factor enables an accurate treatment and analysis of a child’s mental illness. Additionally, there is the developmental model which is aimed at the scrutiny of a child’s growth and perception of social life. In this model the development of the brain is also considered. Brian’s development is analyzed since its birth. This is done by the checking on how an infant reacts to stimuli. From this, any possibility of a form of mental illness is also detected. As an infant grows, the brain should also develop significantly. With growth, the infant acquires the ability to move physically and carry out various activities. This is the reason as to why infants learn how to crawl and as the brain develops they learn how to walk (Kenneth, 2003). Moreover, there is the psychodynamic model which simply deals with the expression of feelings. As students grow, they acquire different feelings at the different stages in life. For example, the adolescent age is characterized by mild violent feeling among the male.