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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 3170
Professor
Joseph Baker
Semester
Winter

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Psyc 3170 Health Psychology Lecture 3 Jan 23 Master and Johnson’s Behavior therapy for sexual problem - Focus on socio-cultural deprivation + ignorance of sexual physiology - Focus on relationship as a whole - Systematic desensitization  Prescribed specific sexual exercises - Focus on pleasure (no pressure) Where did you learn about sex? - Did you learn about how to please and be pleased?  Parents  School  Mass media  Religious or cultural school  On the job open communication or trial +error  Other Modern Sex Education - Seeing parents and other comfortable w/sex - Sex education: how is it being taught in elementary classrooms? - Four concepts  Self awareness  Physiological  Reproductive  Family Attitude What is an attitude? - Def’n: general + enduring positive/negative feeling about some person, object, issue - Why study attitudes? - Attitudes about specific action:  Beliefs about outcomes of behavior, evaluation of outcome of behavior - Subjective norms regarding the action: normative beliefs, motivation to comply - Perceived behavior control - All lead to behavior intention  health behavior 8 Approach to attitude formation + change (Petty and Cacioppo) - Earliest + simplest to most recent 1. Conditioning + modelling approaches 2. Message learning approach 3. Judgmental approach 4. Motivational approach 5. Attributional approach 6. Combinatory approach 7. Self persuasion approach 8. Elaboration likelihood model (ELM)  2 courts to attitude change: central + peripheral  Each has audience, processing, persuasion  Central: analytical + motivated  high effort, agree, counteragree  content argument evoke enduring agreement  Peripheral: non analytical/involved  low effort, use peripheral cues, rule of thumb heuristics  cause trigger liking + acceptance, often temporary - Rucker + Petty (2006) Conditioning + Modelling - Classical conditioning (antibuse) - Operant conditioning (behavior mod) - Modelling (parents, conformity to group) Message Learning Approach (skills learning/Yale Approach ) - Who  says what  how  whom - Who: communicator:  Credibility, expertise, trustworthiness, attractiveness - What: message content:  Reason vs emotion, discrepancy, 1 vs 2 sided, primacy vs regency - How: channel:  Active vs passive, personal vs media - To whom: audience:  Analytical or image conscious, age Message Factors (ie framing the message) - Framing in terms of +/- consequences  Positive frame: if cancerous growth is detected, 19/20 growths are less deadly non melanoma cancer  Negative frame: if cancerous growth is detected 1/20 growth are more deadly melanoma cancer  Same behavior but different consequence - Framing in terms of same consequence for perfor
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