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Lecture 18

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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYB45H3
Professor
Zachariah Campbell

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PSYB45 Lecture 18
Children eating lead-based paint
Pain inducing punishers
oPhysical
oActivate pain receptors
oPicture shows a device which children had to wear and they’d get shocked each
time they did the behavior
Two types of positive punishment
oPunishment by aversive activities
Overcorrection
Eg if student did graffiti on the wall
oWould get student to clean it up and then more stuff
Restitution
oWhere you fix something up to the point of 100%
Positive practice
oGetting someone to do positive behavior even though
maybe related to the bad behavior???
Azrin et al. study
oSimple correction on graph is restitution
oThen after go to overcorrection
oEg for people who stole something
oRestitution is giving it back
oOvercorrection is also giving something of your own
oSo automatically sending a signal to nervous system that
not going to gain anything out of doing this
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PSYB45 Lecture 18 Children eating lead-based paint Pain inducing punishers o Physical o Activate pain receptors o Picture shows a device which children had to wear and theyd get shocked each time they did the behavior Two types of positive punishment o Punishment by aversive activities Overcorrection Eg if student did graffiti on the wall o Would get student to clean it up and then more stuff Restitution o Where you fix something up to the point of 100% Positive practice o Getting someone to do positive behavior even though maybe related to the bad behavior??? Azrin et al. study o Simple correction on graph is restitution o Then after go to overcorrection o Eg for people who stole something o Restitution is giving it back o Overcorrection is also giving something of your own o So automatically sending a signal to nervous system that not going to gain anything out of doing this Contingent www.notesolution.com
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