Prosocial behavior acts carried out for the benefit of others; ways to respond to them with sympathy, sympathy, cooperation, assistance, rescue, confortamiento and delivery or generosity. Prosocial behavior and other interpersonal variables; a series of investigations have been made where it was related the prosocial behavior and the antisocial with a series of interpersonal variables, for example, sociability, leadership, social withdrawal, aggression, etc. In this regard, found some significant correlations using factor analysis. For example to greater efforts or help in the family incentives, greater socialization of the individual. The prosocial behavior as an alternative to antisocial behavior: in the last two decades have sought further explanations about the phenomenon of crime, search motivated so much by as per professional factors social factors. Applying of Bandura’s social learning theory, it is possible to develop prosocial skills as an alternative to aggressive behavior response. This method to replace the aggressive conduct by prosocial behaviors is based on three techniques.
First, by modeling the person can see how others behave in a socially acceptable way. Second, by repeated practice that person practice such behavior repeatedly and on a tour. Third, by planning for success, is to say that that person check that behave that way pays off benefits or successes. The reasons that justify the employment of methods for obtaining prosocial behaviors are three: a) the dehumanization that has produced the development of big cities, the b) development huge of the media, which have increased the dissemination of information and borderline cases, and c) a paradoxical increase and reduction converging the sensitivity of society in situations of emergency and need experienced by others. Antisocial behaviour is defined as antisocial or aggressive behavior when it causes damage to a person or object. Aggressive behavior is intentional and the damage may be physical and/or psychic. In the case of children the aggressiveness usually occurs directly, either in the form of violent physical Act (kicking, shoving) how verbal (insults, swearing).