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U OF GPSYC 2040David StanleyWinter

PSYC 2040 Lecture Notes - Situation Two, Effect Size, Repeated Measures Design

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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

Chapter 19.docx

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A conceptual or logical problem with the traditional view of motivation is that it involves circular reasoning. Motivating operation (mo): is an event
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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

FRHD 3150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Stimulus Control, Anger Management

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Chapter 18: antededent control: modeling, physical guidance, and situational. Modeling is a procedure by which a sample of a given behavior is demonstr
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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

FRHD 3150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Goal Setting, Behavior Management

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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

Chapter 16.docx

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Chapter 16: transferring behaviour to a new setting and making it last. Stimulus generalization: refers to the procedure of reinforcing a response in t
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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

FRHD 3150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Autonomic Nervous System, Classical Conditioning, Emo

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Any given experience is likely to include both respondent and operant conditioning occurring concurrently. Stimuli associated with the deadline likely
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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

FRHD 3150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning, Aversion Therapy

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Chapter 14: procedures based on principles of respondent conditioning. Operant conditioning, which is the process of strengthening a behavior by reinfo
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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

FRHD 3150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Reinforcement

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Chapter 13: establishing behaviour by escape and avoidance conditioning. Escape conditioning (also called negative reinforcement) states that the remov
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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

FRHD 3150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Reinforcement

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Punisher: is a stimulus whose presentation immediately after a behaviour causes that behaviour to decrease in frequency. Punishment: someone does somet
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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

FRHD 3150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 30: American Psychological Association, Abai Qunanbaiuly, Uptodate

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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

FRHD 3150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 29: Classical Conditioning, Reciprocal Inhibition, Operant Conditioning Chamber

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Unconditional reflex: is unlearned or not conditional on any pairing process (food- salivation reflex) Conditional reflex: is learned or conditional on
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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

FRHD 3150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Backward Chaining, Reinforcement, Rein

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A behavioral chain, also called a stimulus-response chain, is a consistent sequence of stimuli and responses that occur closely to each other in time a
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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

Chapter 10.docx

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Shaping: the development of a new behavior by the reinforcement of successive approximations of that behavior and the extinction of earlier approximati
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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

FRHD 3150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Errorless Learning, Classical Conditioning

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Fading: is the gradual change over successive trials of an antecedent stimulus that controls a response so that the response occurs to a partially chan
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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

FRHD 3150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Classical Conditioning, Stimulus Control, Equivalence Class

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Learning to respond at the right time and place. Any situation in which behavior occurs can be analyzed in terms of three sets of events: (a) anteceden
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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

FRHD 3150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Linear Motor, Rein

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Is useful when the behavior wanted to reduce is actually desirable provided that it does not occur at too high a rate. Differential reinforcement of ze
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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

FRHD 3150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Tennis, Matching Law, Richard Herrnstein

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Schedule of reinforcement: is a rule specifying which occurrences of a given behavior, if any, will be reinforced. The simplest schedule of reinforceme
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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

FRHD 3150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Reinforcement, It Gets Better Project

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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

FRHD 3150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Reinforcement, Adventitiousness

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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

FRHD 3150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Reinforcement

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When a stimulus becomes a conditioned reinforcer through deliberate association with other reinforcers, the other reinforcers are called backup reinfor
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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

FRHD 3150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Autism Spectrum, Intellectual Disability, Triple P

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Triple p positive parenting is an effective, multilevel parenting program to prevent and offer treatment for severe behavioral, emotional, and developm
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U OF GFRHD 3150Michelle PreydeWinter

FRHD 3150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Applied Behavior Analysis, Operant Conditioning, Behaviorism

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Behavior: any muscular, glandular, or electrical activity in an organism. Dimensions of behavior: characteristics of behavior that can be measured. Adv
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U OF GPSYC 3020Dan YarmeyWinter

PSYC 3020 Chapter Notes -False Confession, Offender Profiling, Geographic Profiling

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12 Apr 2013
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In some countries, people may be convicted solely on the basis of their confession, although in north america, a confession usually has to be backed up
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U OF GPSYC 3020Dan YarmeyWinter

PSYC 3020 Chapter Notes -Job Performance, Job Analysis, Personality Test

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12 Apr 2013
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Police selection procedures that allow police agencies to effectively screen out applicants who possess undesirable characteristics or select applicant
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U OF GPSYC 3020Dan YarmeyWinter

PSYC 3020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Externalizing Disorders, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

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9 Apr 2013
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Psychopathy: a personality disorder defined by a collection of interpersonal, affective, and behavioural characteristics, including manipulation, lack
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U OF GPSYC 3020Dan YarmeyWinter

PSYC 3020 Study Guide - Final Guide: American Psychological Association, James Mckeen Cattell, Forensic Psychiatry

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Narrow definition: of forensic psychology would focus on certain aspects of the field while ignoring other, potentially important, aspects. Clinical fo
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