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Attachment

Attachment

Attachment. What are emotional attachments Theories of attachment Behaviorist approach Dependency and drive reduction model Operant conditioning model Problems with the models Psychoanalytic approach Freud’s theory Erikson’s theory Cognitive-developmental approach Ethological approach

By lotus
(200 views)

Warm Up

Warm Up

Warm Up. Find your group from last class. NO switching groups Get out Homework- Vocab and Operant cond wksheet and discussion questions (packet) 15 mins to review your hw and study for quiz. Warm Up- page 5. 1. How would you potty train your dog?

By betty_james
(337 views)

Attitudes

Attitudes

Attitudes. An attitude is a positive, negative, or mixed reaction to a person, object, or idea. Attitudes can be based on three general classes of information: 1. Affect 2. Behavior 3. Cognition. How are Attitudes Formed?. Learning

By JasminFlorian
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Today’s session

Today’s session

Today’s session. Learning. Classical conditioning Learning through association of stimuli Operant conditioning learning new behaviours through the consequences of past . Operant conditioning. “Behaviour is shaped and maintained by its consequences.” (B.F.Skinner). Behaviour. Consequence.

By Pat_Xavi
(298 views)

Approaches in Psychology

Approaches in Psychology

Approaches in Psychology. Behaviourism. Key concepts Of Behavioural approach. Operant conditioning. Key concepts Of Behavioural approach. Key concepts Of Behavioural approach. Key concepts Of Behavioural approach. Key concepts Of Behavioural approach.

By sandra_john
(437 views)

Behaviorism

Behaviorism

Behaviorism. B. F. Skinner. B.F. Skinner (1904-1990). B. F. Skinner (1904-1990) Skinner’s life Predetermined, lawful, and orderly A product of past reinforcements 1925: Hamilton College (NY): degree in English, no courses in psychology

By jalen
(212 views)

Treatment of Mental Disorders

Treatment of Mental Disorders

Treatment of Mental Disorders. What’s difference between a psychiatrist, clinical psychologist, and counselor? How do psychoanalysts treat disorders? How do behaviorists treat disorders? What are classical conditioning techniques to therapy? What is manifest content of dreams? Latent content?

By mai
(373 views)

Behavior Therapy

Behavior Therapy

71.1 – Explain how the basic assumption of behavior therapy differs from those of psychodynamic and humanistic therapies, and describe the techniques used in exposure therapies and aversive conditioning. Behavior Therapy

By mauve
(368 views)

Operant Conditioning

Operant Conditioning

Operant Conditioning. Learning Questions: What is operant conditioning? How is operant conditioning explained by the three-phase model? What is reinforcement and punishment?. To start - complete your classical conditioning crossword. Operant Conditioning.

By eytan
(266 views)

Skinner’s classification

Skinner’s classification

Can be altered by classical conditioning. Can be altered by operant conditioning. (Not until chapter 4). (Not until chapter 4). Skinner’s classification. Involuntary Voluntary Respondent Operant Elicited Emitted. Tropisms. Motor vs . orienting responses. photo tropisms (+ or -).

By zoey
(208 views)

Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy

Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy

Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy. Behavior Therapy . Behavior Therapy. A set of clinical procedures relying on experimental findings of psychological research Based on principles of learning that are systematically applied Treatment goals are specific and measurable

By brody
(798 views)

Theories of Attachment

Theories of Attachment

Theories of Attachment. Explanations of the underlying mechanisms of attachment formation (how & why) Two major approaches: Learning theory (Dollard & Miller) Evolutionary theory (Bowlby). www.psychlotron.org.uk. Learning Theory. Dollard & Miller (1949)

By mahina
(196 views)

Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 1 Introduction. Historical background Five schools of behaviorism. Defining Learning. a relatively permanent change in knowledge or behavior that results from experience. (behavior: any activity that can be either directly or indirectly observed). Two Basic Types of Learning.

By terrel
(215 views)

Philosophy of Education

Philosophy of Education

Philosophy of Education. Major philosophies of Education. Perennialism. Progressivism. Social Reconstructionism. Philosophies. Essentialism. Existentialism. Fishbone organizer. Jigsaw and fishbone. Groups of tables will be assigned one of the philosophies on the fishbone organizer.

By khuyen
(2495 views)

Treatment of Mental Disorders

Treatment of Mental Disorders

Treatment of Mental Disorders. By Mr. C. 6-7 days. What’s difference between a psychiatrist, clinical psychologist, and counselor? How do psychoanalysts treat disorders? How do behaviorists treat disorders? What are classical conditioning techniques to therapy?

By zuri
(795 views)

Behaviorism

Behaviorism

Behaviorism. B. F. Skinner. B.F. Skinner (1904-1990). B. F. Skinner (1904-1990) Skinner’s life Predetermined, lawful, and orderly A product of past reinforcements 1925: Hamilton College (NY): degree in English, no courses in psychology

By Olivia
(776 views)

Infancy

Infancy

Infancy. Learning Capacities & Perceptual Development. “The infant’s world is a great blooming, buzzing confusion.” ~ William James. How do infants learn?. Classical conditioning: Relies on reflexes - Related to survival value of the UCS-CS. How do infants learn?.

By briallen
(449 views)

LEARNING

LEARNING

LEARNING. Essential Question. How does biology and society impact learning?. Terms, concepts, and theorist. Learning Classical Conditioning Operant Conditioning Observational Learning Latent Learning Abstract Learning Insight Learning. Ivan Pavlov Unconditioned Stimulus (UCS):

By yuki
(387 views)

Psychological Foundations

Psychological Foundations

Psychological Foundations. Learning. Learning. Unlearned Behavior. Learned Behavior. Learning: change in behavior or knowledge that is the result of experience Associative learning: form of learning that involves connecting certain stimuli or events that occur together in the environment.

By ivana
(133 views)

Chapter 6 LEARNING

Chapter 6 LEARNING

Chapter 6 LEARNING. Section 1: Classical Conditioning Section 2: Operant Conditioning Section 3: Cognitive Factors in Learning Section 4: The PQ4R Method: Learning to Learn.

By andralyn
(212 views)

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