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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYB45H3
Professor
Zachariah Campbell

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Habit reversal
oProblem where meets a threshold that it becomes dysfunctional
Threshold is different for different people
oAwareness
That behaviour and some situations go together
oEg competing response
Eg with pulling out hair keep the hand below the waistline so they cant
pull out their hair
Hopefully t he repeating behaviour becomes the replacement behaviour (eg
hand in pocket)
Awareness device
oWear on their wrist, something tha t detects distance from waist for example for
hair pulling
Self-administered punisher can be an elastic band on your wrist which you pull and
release, which hur ts
the moment you start measuring behaviour eg biting your nails, the behaviour actua lly
goes down
Cognitive behaviour therapy
oIf the client isnt engaged in the treatment, its not going to work
oThis therapy involves ‘homework’ processes
oRequires a lot of effort on the part of the person
Three general steps in habit reversal
oIdentify when behaviour would be
oWhen, where, how
oTry to establish some sort of motivation with the person
oThere is contingency within the behaviour and the environment
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Habit reversal o Problem where meets a threshold that it becomes dysfunctional Threshold is different for different people o Awareness That behaviour and some situations go together o Eg competing response Eg with pulling out hair keep the hand below the waistline so they cant pull out their hair Hopefully the repeating behaviour becomes the replacement behaviour (eg hand in pocket) Awareness device o Wear on their wrist, something that detects distance from waist for example for hair pulling Self-administered punisher can be an elast
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