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Chapter 11. Cognitive Behavior Modification. What is Cognitive Behavior Modification (CBM)?. All CBM interventions share three basic assumptions: Behavior is mediated by cognitive events A change in cognitive mediating events results in a change of behavior

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chapter 11

Chapter 11

Cognitive Behavior Modification

what is cognitive behavior modification cbm
What is Cognitive Behavior Modification (CBM)?
  • All CBM interventions share three basic assumptions:
    • Behavior is mediated by cognitive events
    • A change in cognitive mediating events results in a change of behavior
    • All persons are active participants in their learning
    • Not a specific intervention technique
the origins of cognitive behavior modification
The Origins of Cognitive Behavior Modification
  • synthesis of behavioral & cognitive psychology
    • Blending of behavior principles & cognition theory
    • Behavior is influenced by how we think
    • The main determinants of behavior are within the individual
the procedures of cognitive behavior modification i
The Procedures of Cognitive Behavior Modification I
  • Self monitoring
    • Accuracy in self-monitoring
    • Reinforcement for accurate self-monitoring
    • Teaching students to self-monitor
  • Self evaluation
    • Teaching students to self-evaluate
the procedures of cognitive behavior modification ii
The Procedures of Cognitive Behavior Modification II
  • Self-reinforcement
    • Teaching students to use self-reinforcement
  • Application
    • Student involvement and training in all steps
self instructional training
Self-Instructional Training
  • Students are taught a generic set of statements that they say to themselves when confronted with various situations.
problem solving training
Problem-solving Training
  • effective in reducing behavior problems and increasing appropriate social interaction
alternative response training
Alternative Response Training
  • student is taught an alternative or competing response that interferes with opportunities for an undesirable response to be emitted.
anger control training
Anger Control Training
  • Students are taught to inhibit or control anger and aggressive behavior through self-instruction
attribution retraining
Attribution Retraining
  • based on attribution theory
  • individuals seek causes for events in their environment and
  • these causes influence behavior
development and generalization of cbm programs
Development and Generalization of CBM Programs
  • Stages of constructing and implementing cognitive behavior interventions
    • Task analysis
    • Learner analysis
    • Development and implementation
summary
Summary
  • CBM is used to modify behavior, facilitate academic performance, train problem-solving ability, and foster self-control.
  • Major aim of CBM is to teach students to
    • be their own agents of change,
    • in control of their behavior
    • and their learning