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Lecture 20

PSYC 2660 Lecture 20: Lecture 20
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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC 2660
Professor
Garry Martin
Lecture
20

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o
2
reasons
people
have
trouble
resising
temping
behaviour
1)
the
immediate
reinforcement
for
the
problem
behaviour
wins
over
the
un-noiceable
negaive
efects
that
are
only
cumulaively
signiicant
2)
the
negaive
efects
are
too
small
to
be
noiced
immediately
the
accumulaion/repeiion
of
these
events
causes
a
problem
o
2
reasons
why
athlete
cut
the
amount
of
ime
needed
to
train
short
behavioural
deicit
the
problem
of
cuing
training
short
1)
athletes
fail
to
engage
in
appropriate
pracice
aciviies
because
doing
so
leads
to
immediate
small
punishers
while
the
posiives
efects
are
immediate
and
too
small
to
be
accumulated
unil
done
so
over
a
period
of
ime
2)
although
an
athlete
might
complete
the
enire
pracice
how
it
is
supposed
to
be
done,
the
immediate
beneits
are
too
small
to
be
enjoyed
steps
in
self-management
for
quality
pracices
o
self
management
strategies
for
improving
performances
at
pracices
will
be
described
in
the
following
steps
set
goals
for
quanity,
quality
and
game
simulaions
although
it
is
easy
to
set
both
quality
and
quality
goals,
the
idea
of
goals
that
are
under
compeiion-like
condiions
needs
to
be
met
as
well
increase
the
athletes
commitment
to
change
1.
commitment
to
change
o
statements
or
acions
by
an
athlete
that
imply
that
it
is
important
to
improve
in
a
certain
area
that
the
athlete
knows
has
beneits
worth
improving
2.
athletes
can
be
encouraged
to
take
several
steps
to
ensure
that
their
commitment
is
strong
o
express
their
commitment
to
improve
to
people
around
them
making
a
public
commitment
that
you
are
going
to
change
increases
the
likelihood
of
that
change
happening
o
arrange
the
environment
to
provide
frequent
reminders
of
pracice
goals
write
it
down
or
put
a
note
on
the
fridge
o
make
a
list
that
states
all
the
beneits
for
improving
that
pracice
behaviour
o
arrange
frequent
reminders
of
the
posiive
beneits
associated
with
reaching
their
pracice
goals
3.
Designing
monitoring
sheets
for
key
behaviours

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o 2 reasons people have trouble resising temping behaviour 1un-noiceable negaive efects that are onlycumulaively signiicantr the 2)the negaive efects are too smallto be noiced immediately the accumulaion/repeiion of these events causes a problem o 2 reasons whyathlete cut the amount of ime needed to train short behavioural deicit the problem of cuing training short 1)athletes failto engage inappropriate pracice aciviies because doing so leads to immediate small punishers whilethe posiives efects are immediate and too smallto be accumulated unil done so over a period ofime 2)although an athlete mightcomplete the enire pracice how it is supposed to be done, the immediate beneits are too smallto be enjoyed steps inself-management for quality pracices o self management strategies for improving performances at pracices willbe described inthe followingsteps set goalsfor quanity, quality and game simulaions although it iseasy to set both quality and quality goals,the idea of goalsthat are under compeiion-like condiions needs to be met aswell increase the athletes commitment to change 1.commitment to change o statements or acions byan athlete that implythat it is important to improve ina certain area that the athlete knowshas beneits worth improving 2. athletes can be encouraged to take several steps to ensure that their commitment isstrong o express their commitment to improveto people around them makinga publiccommitment that you are goingto change increases the likelihoodofthat change happening o arrange the environment to providefrequent reminders of pracice goals write it down or put a note on the fridge o make a listthat states allthe beneits for improvingthat pracice behaviour o arrange frequent reminders of the posiive beneits associated with reaching their pracice goals 3. Designingmonitoring sheets for keybehaviours
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