Class Notes for Christian Campbell

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UTSCPSYB45H3Christian CampbellWinter

Lecture Note For Chapter 23, come and see

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20 Jul 2010
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UTSCPSYB45H3Christian CampbellWinter

Lecture Note For Chapter 13, come and see

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20 Jul 2010
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UTSCPSYB45H3Christian CampbellWinter

Lecture Note For Chapter 14, come and see

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20 Jul 2010
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UTSCPSYB45H3Christian CampbellWinter

Lecture Note For PSYB45, Lecture 27

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20 Jul 2010
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Cognition- means belief, thought, expectancy, attitude, or perception. Cognitive therapists regard their approach to be primarily that of helping a cli
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UTSCPSYB45H3Christian CampbellWinter

Lecture Note For Chapter 16, come and see

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20 Jul 2010
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Chapter 16: transferring behavior to new settings and making it last: generality of behavioral change.  occurs when behavior becomes more probable in
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UTSCPSYB45H3Christian CampbellWinter

Lecture Note For Chapter 15, come and see

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20 Jul 2010
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UTSCPSYB45H3Christian CampbellWinter

Lecture Note For PSYB45, Lecture 26

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20 Jul 2010
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Many problems of self-control involve self-restraint- learning to decrease excessive behaviors that have immediate gratification-such as excessive smok
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UTSCPSYB45H3Christian CampbellWinter

Lecture Note For PSYB45, Lecture 25

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20 Jul 2010
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Conditioned reinforcers, such as money, endure and can be accumulated until they are exchanged for backup reinforcers, such as food or clothing. Condit
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UTSCPSYB45H3Christian CampbellWinter

Lecture Note For PSYB45, Lecture 23

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20 Jul 2010
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A minimal behaviour modification program has four phases: Reversal- replication (abab) design changes following termination of the program. program. it
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UTSCPSYB45H3Christian CampbellWinter

Lecture Note For Chapter 1, come and see

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20 Jul 2010
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 activity, action, performance, responding, response and reaction; anything that a person says or does.  technically it is any muscular, glandular or
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UTSCPSYB45H3Christian CampbellWinter

Lecture Note For Chapter 11, come and see

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20 Jul 2010
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Chapter 11: getting a new sequence of behaviors to occur with behavioral chaining.  a behavioral chain is a sequence of discriminative stimuli (s^ds)
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UTSCPSYB45H3Christian CampbellWinter

Lecture Note For PSYB45, Lecture 16

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20 Jul 2010
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Transferring behaviour to new setting and making it last: generality of behaviour. Occurs when behaviour becomes more probable in the presence of one s
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