Superman Syndrome is when a male has XYY for sex chromosomes. This was first discovered when researchers began studying male aggression in inmates. They found this extra sex chromosome and tried to find the link between the two. No correlation was found. Symptom's of Superman Syndrome are unusual height, average to low IQ's, and a slight increase in aggression. One in 2000 men have this, and it is likely that you know someone with this disorder.
Innate behaviors are those you develop on your own, which do not need to be taught or learned. You are in essence born with the propensity to display the behavior. Whether or not you continue to display it could, in some cases, still depend on whether or how the behavior is reinforced. I think that "play' is an example of this.
In simpler terms, innate behavior is just what you do naturally, with no clue of why or where you learned it. When a baby is not comfortable, they begin to cry to gain the attention of their parents. This is an innate behavior. A horse shortly after birth will try to stand before it's mother is even up. There is no clue that this is a natural state for the horse, so its trying to become upright would be innate behavior. It is "instinctive" rather than something learned through experience. It is "inborn" behaviour.
It is a difficult process, because we all have habits and behaviors that we are attached to that are hard to let go. Some of them are healthy, and some of them are unhealthy... but we're still attached to the unhealthy ones, because that is the way we've learned to deal with the world.
Reinventing yourself requires a huge change in the way that you interact with the world. So I would imagine that someone would try something dramatic like "reinvention" if they had acquired a new belief system, or a new significant other that they wanted to adapt to.
One thing to do is some research. What is the biggest thing that you want to change about yourself? Getting rid of an addiction or a habit? Read about the benefits of changing that addiction or habit. Half the challenge is convincing yourself that it is the right thing to do. If you aren't convinced, it is really easy to fall back into your old ways. Get support from the people around you. Tell them what you are trying to change, and ask them to help support you. Then you have to really commit, and give up the habit. Purposely do things differently. For a while, it might help to have a substitute. Instead of whatever the habit is, start a new habit... something active is usually best to get your mind off the former habit.
If you are trying to change the way you think about something, start reading things that agree with the way you want to think. Avoid the other side for now... get some solid reasons and backing behind you. You have enough objections just in your own mind for now that you don't need alternative propaganda. Find some people who agree with the new ideal, and talk to them about it. Express any doubts or questions, but don't argue the side you no longer agree with. Ask them how they have solved those questions. And keep looking until you find the answers.
Eventually, if you keep working at it, you can change the way you think and feel about a lot of things... and reinvented who you are. We do this subtly throughout our lives, changing who we are and the way we think and act. But reinventing yourself is just doing it a little more dramatically.
AnswerThere is something called "serendipity". It's something like luck, but much better. I think of it as good fortune that you have prepared for. Think outside the box, learn everything you can, read and study. Practice being aware of what is happening around you, both close-by, and in the world. Opportunities will come, and you will be ready for them. The same opportunities may come to your friends, but if they have not prepared, well, you see what I mean.
Just as in any other school: you need to work hard and learn well. However, individuals that are interested in psychology are most likely interested in other people and their behavior. Therefore might tend to be more talkative and supportive than, say, people that study math. Then again: all people are different, so you may thing otherwise.
'Natural science' is an umbrella term covering all the disciplines which seek to explain natural phenomena. This usually includes biology, chemistry and physics, although it may also include the earth sciences (e.g. geology and meteorology). It is used to distinguish from social sciences (such as sociology and psychology) which are more primarily concerned with explaining social environments and human activity.