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Punishment. Controversies and difference in delineation Positive and Negative punishment. Punishment and Parenting. Decreases frequency Behavior is suppressed, not forgotten Teaches discrimination Teaches fear Models aggression as way to cope with problems.

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Punishment
Punishment

  • Controversies and difference in delineation

  • Positive and Negative punishment


Punishment and parenting
Punishment and Parenting

  • Decreases frequency

  • Behavior is suppressed, not forgotten

  • Teaches discrimination

  • Teaches fear

  • Models aggression as way to cope with problems



It s all about motivation
It’s all about motivation… reinforcement

  • Intrinsic vs. extrinsic


Observational learning

Observational Learning reinforcement

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rfpo-gUDSuE


C observational learning
c. Observational learning reinforcement

  • Learning that takes place by watching another individual model the learning task


  • Albert Bandura (bobo the clown) reinforcement

    • Implications for humans

    • Ex: potential neg. effects of violent TV or pos. effects for children with appropriate role models



Ii the role of biology in learning
II. The role of biology in learning reinforcement

  • Learning is adaptive – individual’s ability to survive


  • Biological constraints reinforcement

    • Innate predispositions

      • Ex: Rats predisposed to learn taste aversions

    • Instinctive drift


Iii culture
III. Culture reinforcement

  • Influences the kind of learning that can occur

  • Environment limits learning opportunities

    • Perception examples


Observational learning and the doll test
Observational Learning and The Doll Test reinforcement

  • First used in 1947 in Brown vs. Board of Education

    • Dr. Kenneth Clark

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQACkg5i4AY


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