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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 30: Verbal Behavior, Behaviorism, Abai Qunanbaiuly

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8 Apr 2016
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Powerful people have used reinforcers and punishers at their disposal to control the behaviour of people who had fewer reinforcers and punishers to del
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 28: Masturbation, Cognitive Restructuring, Nicotine

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8 Apr 2016
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Chapter 28 psychological disorders tested by behavioural and cogniive. American psychological associaion (apa) promotes the policy that decisions regar
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 27: Marsha M. Linehan, Bulimia Nervosa, Schizophrenia

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8 Apr 2016
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Chapter 27 approaches to behaviour therapy: cogniive restructuring; self- Directed coping methods; and mindfulness and acceptance procedures. Behaviour
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 26: Buddy System, Problem Gambling, Abusive Power And Control

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8 Apr 2016
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Psyb45 chapter 26 notes winter 2016 jessica da cunha 1. Chapter 26 helping an individual to develop self-control. Some problems of self-control involve
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Weaning, Token Economy, Developmental Disorder

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7 Apr 2016
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2 major advantages of using tokens as reinforcers o. Can be given immediately ater a desirable behaviour and cashed in at a later ime for a backup rein
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: Equivalence Class, Token Economy, Stimulus Control

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7 Apr 2016
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Chapter 24 planning, applying and evaluaing a behavioural program. Deciding whether to design a program following a referral answer the following quesi
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Functional Analysis, Binge Eating, Reinforcement

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7 Apr 2016
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Chapter 23 funcional assessment of problem behaviour. Funcional assessment of a problem behaviour asks two quesions: what are the antecedents of the be
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Stationary Bicycle, Internal Validity, Dependent And Independent Variables

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6 Apr 2016
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Many bm programs go beyond the basic 4 phases for programs. A study as interval validity if it demonstrates that the independent variable caused the ch
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Classical Conditioning, Stimulus Control, Intellectual Disability

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6 Apr 2016
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Applied Behavior Analysis, Dsm-5

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5 Apr 2016
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Behavioural assessment the collecion and analysis of informaion and data in order to idenify and describe target behaviour, idenify possible causes of
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Sleeping Bag, Seat Belt, Verbal Behavior

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4 Apr 2016
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Moivaion study of inner rives, needs and wants that cause our acions. Blame selves for failures to emit various behaviours rather than examining poteni
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Stimulus Control

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3 Apr 2016
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Chapter 18 antecedent control: modelling, physical guidance and. Modeling a sample of a given behaviour is demonstrated to an individual to induce that
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Goal Setting, Reinforcement

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17 Mar 2016
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Chapter 17 antecedent control: rules and goals. Can focus on manipulaion of the various antecedent simuli (people, places, words, smells, sounds) to ex
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Classical Conditioning

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16 Mar 2016
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Chapter 16 transferring behaviour to new seings and making it. Training situaion seing in which the behaviour is iniially strengthened. Target situaion
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Classical Conditioning, Pharyngeal Reflex, Operant Conditioning

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16 Mar 2016
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Chapter 15 respondent and operant condiioning together. Respondent behaviours are elicited by prior simuli and are not afected by their consequences o.
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Verbal Behavior, Escape Response

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25 Feb 2016
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Chapter 14 establishing behaviour by escape and avoidance. Escape conditioning/negative reinforcement removal of certain (aversive) stimuli immediately
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Nociceptor

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25 Feb 2016
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Punisher immediate consequence of an operant behaviour that causes that behaviour to decrease in frequency sometimes referred to as aversive stimuli/av
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45 Chapter 12: Differential Reinforcement Procedures to Decrease Behaviour

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25 Feb 2016
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Equivalence Class, Stimulus Control, Reinforcement

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25 Feb 2016
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Chapter 9 responding at the right time and place: stimulus. Learning to respond at the right time and place. Any situation in which behaviour occurs ca
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45 Chapter 8: Developing Behavioural Persistence with Schedules of Reinforcement

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25 Feb 2016
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Developmental Disability, Baby Talk

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24 Feb 2016
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Psyb45 chapter 7 getting a new behaviour to occur with shaping. Shaping/method of successive approximations development of a new operant behaviour by t
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Reinforcement, It Gets Better Project

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24 Feb 2016
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Chapter 6 decreasing a behaviour with operant extinction. Operant extinction if an individual emits a previously reinforced behaviour and that beheacio
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Classical Conditioning, Lightning, Operant Conditioning

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24 Feb 2016
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ice Cream Van, Reinforcement, Polskie Radio Program Iii

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24 Feb 2016
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Chapter 5 increasing behaviour with conditioned reinforcement. Tokens as conditioned reinforcers tokens conditioned reinforcers that can be accumulated
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Reinforcement, Motivation

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24 Feb 2016
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Chapter 4 increasing a behaviour with positive reinforcement. Positive reinforce event that causes the behaviour to increase in frequency, roughly syno
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Intellectual Disability, Developmental Disability, Behaviour Therapy

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20 Feb 2016
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Chapter 2 areas of application: an overview. Behaviour program called triple p (positive patenting program) is am effective multilevel parenting progra
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Dyslexia, Applied Behavior Analysis, Specific Phobia

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20 Feb 2016
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Behaviour - anything a person says or does any muscular glandular or electrical activity of an organisms. Getting an a on a test, or losing 10 pounds a
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Backward Chaining, Task Analysis, Stimulus Control

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3 Feb 2016
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Chapter 11 getting a new sequence of behaviours to. Teaching steve to follow a consistent preputt routine. Steve established a preputt routine because
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UTSCPSYB45H3Jessica DereWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Stimulus Control, Errorless Learning, The Fading

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3 Feb 2016
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Chapter 10 changing the stimulus control of a. Peter possessed an extensive vocal mimicking repertoire -> could repeat words people said but not think
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UTSCNROB60H3Janelle LeboutillierFall

NROB60H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Gap Junction, Fail-Safe, Cardiac Muscle

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4 Dec 2015
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1: because the axonal membrane is excitable and has voltage gated na channels ap"s can propagate without decrement up the long sensory nerves. For info
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UTSCPSYB65H3Zachariah CampbellFall

PSYB65H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Biological Neural Network, William H. Calvin, Oliver Sacks

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UTSCNROB60H3Janelle LeboutillierFall

NROB60H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Action Potential, Oscilloscope, Resting Potential

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26 Nov 2015
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Action potential is often called a spike, nerve impulse or a discharge. Aps generated by a patch of membrane are all similar in size and duration do no
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UTSCPSYB65H3Zachariah CampbellFall

PSYB65H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Cytochrome P450, Tight Junction, Endothelium

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17 Nov 2015
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Chapter 6 how do drugs and hormones influence the brain and. 6. 1 principles of psychopharmacology: psychoactive drugs substances that act to alter moo
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UTSCPSYB65H3Zachariah CampbellFall

PSYB65H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Synaptic Vesicle, Chemical Synapse, Axon Terminal

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15 Nov 2015
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Chapter 5 how do neurons use electrochemical signals to. , postsynaptic membrane = dendritic spine, between is the synaptic cleft. Synapses: some neuro
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UTSCPSYB65H3Zachariah CampbellFall

PSYB65H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Hermann Von Helmholtz, Luigi Galvani, Richard Caton

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13 Nov 2015
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Chapter 4 how do neurons use electrical signals to transmit. 4. 1 searching for electrical activity in the nervous system: early discoveries about the
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UTSCPSYB10H3Yoel InbarFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Construals, Stationary Point, Social Proof

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2 Nov 2015
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Obedience, compliance and conformity: obedience following the demands of someone who is higher in social power than oneself milgram experiment. Milgram
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UTSCPSYB10H3Yoel InbarFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: External Validity, Statistical Significance, Dependent And Independent Variables

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25 Oct 2015
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1: what is social psychology, study of social processes, how the presence of others affects the way we think, feel bad behave, social situations can be
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UTSCPSYB10H3Yoel InbarFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Counterfactual Thinking, Extraversion And Introversion, Caveman

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24 Oct 2015
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Psyb10 lecture 2 september 21 2015: william james the social self. What is the self: there are different selves with different characteristics that exi
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UTSCPSYB10H3Yoel InbarFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Neutral Party, Observational Error

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24 Oct 2015
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Psyb10 lecture 3 september 28 2015: heuristic mental shortcut/rule of thumb for making judgments, save time + are good enough, are prone to systematic
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UTSCNROB60H3Janelle LeboutillierFall

NROB60H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Nernst Equation, Hydrophile, Astrocyte

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24 Oct 2015
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Cytosol and extracellular fluid: water is the main ingredient with electrically charged ions dissolved in it (there"s are responsible for the resting a
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