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Lecture 16

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Psychology
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PSYB45H3
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Zachariah Campbell

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PSYB45 Lecture 16
Time out and response cost are negative punishment behaviors
Application question 2
oBefore intervention the parents gave in to handle the behavior to settle the dispute
Normal public thinks this is probably a normal way to deal with the
situation
Application question 3
oResponse cost procedure to teach Hillary’s parents
Punishment
oThis section is all about the remove of stimulus while Fridays class is all about
presentation of a stimulus
oNever ever ever want to use punishment unless youve already taken a look at all
the other procedures and considered them
oIt can be negative/positive but it is always controversial in nature
oIn behavior mod it is strictly defined by behavior change (dont really care
technically if it hurts or not, we care about whether it makes a difference)
In behavior mod amount of pain is very tiny, maybe a slight discomfort but
thats it
oShould always start with NEGATIVE punishment and this is the least
discomforting
Time out
oPicture of room
Positive aspects
Nothing in the room that can distract the child
Padding
The window in the door should preferably be a one-way mirror
window
oSo that you can monitor the child
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PSYB45 Lecture 16 Time out and response cost are negative punishment behaviors Application question 2 o Before intervention the parents gave in to handle the behavior to settle the dispute Normal public thinks this is probably a normal way to deal with the situation Application question 3 o Response cost procedure to teach Hillarys parents Punishment o This section is all about the remove of stimulus while Fridays class is all about presentation of a stimulus o Never ever ever want to use punishment unless youve already taken a look at all the other procedures and considered them o It can be negativepositive but it is always controversial in nature o In behavior mod it is strictly defined by behavior change (dont really care technically if it hurts or not, we care about whether it makes a difference) In behavior mod amount of pain is very tiny, maybe a slight discomfort but thats it o Should always start with NEGATIVE punishment and this is the least discomforting Time out o Picture of room Positive aspects Nothing in the room that can distract the child Padding The window in the door should preferably be a one-way mirror window o So that you can monitor the child www.notesolution.com
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