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UTSCPSYC12H3Michael InzlichtWinter

PSYC12H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Takers, Test Anxiety, Symbolic Power

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22 Mar 2013
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Chapter 12: social class and test performance from stereotype threat to symbolic violence and vice versa. Scholastic assessment test (sat) scores stron
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UTSCPSYC12H3Michael InzlichtWinter

PSYC12H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Longitudinal Study, Stroop Effect, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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22 Mar 2013
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Chapter 7: stereotype threat spillover the short and long-term effects of coping with. When people feel like t hey are being judged by a negative stere
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UTSCPSYC12H3Michael InzlichtWinter

PSYC12H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Sympathetic Nervous System, Cingulate Cortex, Anterior Cingulate Cortex

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22 Mar 2013
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Chapter 3: an integration of processes that underlie stereotype threat. Both anxiety and negative stereotype activation are overly simplistic explanati
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UTSCPSYC12H3Michael InzlichtWinter

PSYC12H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Standardized Test, Ingroups And Outgroups, Stereotype Threat

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22 Mar 2013
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Chapter 2: the role of situational cues in signaling and maintaining stereotype threat. Focuses on how stereotype threat is produced and sustained thro
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UTSCPSYC12H3Michael InzlichtWinter

PSYC12H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Psychological Intervention, Sympathetic Nervous System, Stereotype Threat

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22 Mar 2013
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Chapter 18 an identity threat perspective on intervention. Kurt levin said that understanding the processes underlying a problem can help us to remedy
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UTSCPSYC18H3Gerald CupchikWinter

PSYC18H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Culture Of Asia, Proverb, The Anatomy Of Dependence

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11 Feb 2013
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We might note a distrust of emotions. If you want to disparage another person"s argument, just say that person is being emotional meaning. Plata (375bc
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UTSCPSYB65H3Ted PetitFall

PSYB65H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Closed Head Injury, Middle Cerebral Artery, Cerebrovascular Disease

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17 Nov 2012
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When a brain suffers significant damage, no amount of effort can restore the brain back to its original healthy state. A cns lesion (meaning to hurt )
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UTSCPSYB65H3Ted PetitFall

PSYB65H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Cathode Ray, Phineas Gage, Functional Neuroimaging

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17 Nov 2012
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Investigating how the brain produces behavior in humans. The scientific method: has at its roots in the principles of objectivity and replication or co
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UTSCPSYB65H3Ted PetitFall

PSYB65H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Metabotropic Receptor, Postsynaptic Potential, Membrane Potential

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17 Nov 2012
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Humans have aggregates of specialized cells that perform specialized functions. Neurons: cells in the nervous system that are responsible for communica
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UTSCPSYB65H3Ted PetitFall

Chapter13.docx

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Early in embryonic life ( approx 3 weeks after conception), the neural plate forms. Neural plate: a patch of cells on the dorsal surface of the embryo
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UTSCPSYB65H3Ted PetitFall

PSYB65H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Thomas Robert Malthus, Transposable Element, Human Brain

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17 Nov 2012
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Evolutionary psychology: attempts to apply the principles of evolution to human behavior to figure out what it means to be human. Charles darwin: assis
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UTSCPSYB65H3Ted PetitFall

PSYB65H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Clinical Neuropsychology, Frontal Lobe, Paul Broca

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17 Nov 2012
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The 10% myth: claim that humans use only 10% of their brain, only a myth. The truth being that the brain plays a major role in producing human behavior
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

TextbookChapt17#.docx

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14 Apr 2012
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Punishment is a basic behavioral principle occurs when a behavior is followed by a consequence that results in a decrease in the future probability of
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 16.docx

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14 Apr 2012
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Functional assessment, extinction and differential reinforcement increase desirable behaviors and decrease undesirable behaviors. Functional assessment
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Textbook12.docx

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14 Apr 2012
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Used together in training sessions to help a person acquire useful skills (such as social skills) Bst procedures typically used to teach skills that ca
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Textbook#14.docx

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14 Apr 2012
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After you have conducted a functional assessment of a problem behavior you will implement functional treatment procedures to alter the antecedent & con
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Textbook15#.docx

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Differential reinforcement procedures involve applying reinforcement and extinction to increase the occurrence of a desirable target behavior or to dec
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

textbook11.docx

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Prompts are used to evoke a behavior. Transfer or stimulus control is used to eliminate the prompts and get the behavior to occur in the presence of th
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Textbook#23.docx

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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Textbook#25.docx

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Behavior modification often is focused on analyzing and modifying overt behaviors. Some target behaviors may be covert that is not observable by anothe
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Textbook#24.docx

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Chapter describes procedures used to help people overcome fears and anxiety-related disorders. Fear and anxiety reduction procedures are based on princ
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Textbook#20.docx

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When a person uses behavior modification procedures to change his or her own behavior, the process is called self-management. Murray had been running 3
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Textbook#13

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Focus on behavioral procedures for understanding problem behaviors and increasing and decreasing existing behaviors. To understand why the person engag
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Textbook#22.docx

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This chapter describes a behavior modification program in which conditioned reinforcers are used systematically to strengthen the desirable behaviors o
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Textbook#18.docx

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This chapter describes the use of positive punishment procedures to decrease problem behaviors. In positive punishment, aversive events are applied con
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Textbook#19.docx

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Always important to program for generalization of the behavior changes produced by a behavior modification program. Increases the likelihood that the b
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Textbook#21.docx

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Type of treatment procedures that is implemented by a person with a habit behavior. Habit reversal procedures, are used to decrease the frequency of un
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellSummer

Textbook#8.docx

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Operant conditioning: reinforcement, extinction, punishment, stimulus control. Operant conditioning - involves the manipulation of consequences. Respon
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellSummer

Textbook#6.docx

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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellSummer

Textbook#9.docx

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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellSummer

Textbook#7.docx

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Importance of consequences in the control of an operant behavior. Operant behavior strengthened followed by a reinforcing consequence. Weakened when re
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellSummer

Textbook#10.docx

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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellSummer

Textbook#5.docx

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E. g. a behavior that had been reinforced for a period of time was no longer reinforced and therefore the behavior stopped occurring. Extinction occurs
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Textbook#4.docx

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Reinforcement is the process in which a behavior is strengthened by the immediate consequence that reliably follows its occurrence. Hungry cat in a cag
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Textbook#5.docx

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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Textbook#3.docx

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Visual representation of the occurrence of behavior over time. Efficient way to view the occurrence of behavior because it shows the results of recordi
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes -Applied Behavior Analysis

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26 Feb 2012
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Not a static characteristic of a person. Behaviour has one or more dimensions that can be measured. Frequency: the count # of times a behavior occurs.
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

TextNotes#2.docx

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Behavioral assessment measurement of the target behavior in behavior modification. Measure behavior before treatment provides info on. Specific steps t
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UTSCCHMA10H3Ann VernerFall

Chapter 1

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UTSCBIOA01H3Rick HalpernFall

Chapter 1 Notes

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