FRHD 3150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: The Techniques, Therapeutic Relationship, Intellectual Disability

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The way in which a person reacts to the environment. Marin and pear: covert behaviours or cogniive behaviours (thoughts/feelings) private/not openly displayed or acknowledged. It is important to separate products of behaviour form behaviour . Example exercising is s a behaviour and losing weight is a product of behaviour. It is important to separate behaviour labels from actual behaviour. Example hardworking is a behavioural label and depression is a behavioural label4. Laughing is a responsive behaviour not necessarily insincive/habit behaviour. Angry response to something (results in hiing/aggressive type things) 7 main characterisics: deine/measure problem, alter clients" environment, precise methods and raionale, techniques applied in everyday life. Frhd 3150 week 1 (jan 12-14: basic and applied research in principles of learning/behaviour, intervenion described precisely and causes change, accountability. Behaviour modiicaion involves the systemaic applicaion of learning principles and techniques to assess and improve individuals" covert and overt behaviours to enhance funcioning. Assumpions of behavioural modiicaion*** (probably a test quesion)

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