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Punishment. Behavior. Increase Decrease. Positive Reinforcement. Positive Punishment. Presented Remove Or Omitted. Negative Punishment. Negative Reinforcement. So, reinforcement= behavior punishment= behavior. stimulus. Positive Punishment
Punishment. Bail and Preventative Detention. Preventative detention is a law that allows federal judges to order that accused felons be held without bail if there is a danger that the person will commit another crime if released.
Punishment. Undesirable Side Effects. Escape and Avoidance Emotional Reaction Aggression Response Substitution Response Facilitation Generalized Suppression Punishment Contrast. Limitations of Punishment. Punishment does not teach appropriate behaviors.
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.
PUNISHMENT. A. Revenge. 1. def: vindictive retaliation; usually personal, accomplished with vengeance in mind; spite 2. little scientific research exists a. i.e., there is no “theory” of revenge b. concept has not been successfully identified and
PUNISHMENT. Chapter 4. PUNISHMENT CONTINGENCY. The immediate, response contingent presentation of an aversive condition resulting in a decreased frequency of that response. Aversive Condition.
Punishment. Justin Daigle, MA , BCBA, LBA Program Director. Punishment. Any consequence to a behavior that decreases the future frequency of a behavior. Positive vs. Negative. Positive – something added to the environment Negative – something taken away from the environment. Examples.
Civil Liberties. Punishment. The 8 th Amendment. “Excessive Bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed.” Bail must be reasonable to the crime committed. Bail. Sum of money that the accused may be required to post as a guarantee that they will appear in court Two reasons
Punishment. Mr. Koch Psychology Forest Lake High School. Punishment. B.F. Skinner’s views on Punishment: Tells us what NOT to do… doesn’t tell us what to do Teaches us avoidance May cause undesirable side effects: Fear Aggression
Punishment. Recap. C ore values of liberalism Liberalism is a political philosophy that emphasizes individual rights and freedom. Core values of liberalism include:  individualism,  human rights,  freedom,  rule of law, and  tolerance. 2. Recap. Natural rights