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Tuesday, December 12

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    Learned Helplessness
    When elders are in a nursing home and are not given a choice over when they get to eat or go to the bathroom, they may acquire learned helplessness for their own lives since they have no control over it.
    Some girls who have an abusive relationship feel there is no escaping. They learn not to fight back, and simply accept the physical abuse.
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  2. page latent learning edited ... The mental acquisition of knowledge without an obvious reward. Examples Latent Learning …
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    The mental acquisition of knowledge without an obvious reward.
    Examples
    Latent Learning
    If you are in a car going to school with a friend every day, but your friend is driving all the time, you may learn the way to get to school, but have no reason to demonstrate this knowledge.
    For instance a child may observe a parent setting the table or tightening a screw, but does not act on this learning for a year; then he finds he knows how to do these.
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  3. page Token Economy edited ... A token economy is a therapeutic system where individuals are given a fake form of currency th…
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    A token economy is a therapeutic system where individuals are given a fake form of currency that can be exchanged for "Good things in life" as a reward for good behaviors that are trying to be taught to the patient.
    Examples of a Token Economy
    Token Economy
    PRIDE Bucks can be used to "purchase" items from the school store. Teachers reward students for good behaviors with the PRIDE Bucks and students' positive behaviors are reinforced because of the conditioned value. PRIDE bucks can also be used in LRQ bidding wars.
    Prisoners are sometimes rewarded for good behavior and can redeem their tokens for things like cigarettes, stamps, or magazines.
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  4. page Instinct theory edited ... Organisms born with biologically based behaviors. Examples/Functions Instinctive Drift B…
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    Organisms born with biologically based behaviors.
    Examples/Functions
    Instinctive Drift
    Bees communicating the location of food to each other.
    Army ants embarking on synchronized hunting expeditions.
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    "Raising the bar"
    Examples Of Shaping
    Shaping
    The gymnastic instructor rewards you with a gold star after you do a cartwheel, after a while the teacher will only give out gold stars for hand stands, then front flips. The teacher raises the bar to show the students that they have improved if they get gold stars.
    When learning something new, like math, the teachers start out with 1+1=2, and then gradually moves on to harder concepts ;5*5=25, 5^2=25, derivative of 5x^2=10x, and so on,
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  6. page negative punishment (omission training) edited ... Remember to think adding (+) stimulus for positive (+) and subtracting (-) stimulus for negati…
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    Remember to think adding (+) stimulus for positive (+) and subtracting (-) stimulus for negative (-).
    Examples/Functions
    Negative Punishment
    If I receive a bad grade, then my phone gets taken away.
    If I don't clean my room, my laptop gets taken away.
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    Remember to think adding (+) stimulus for positive (+) and subtracting (-) stimulus for negative (-).
    Examples/Functions
    Positive Punishment
    After talking back to the teacher, a detention (an unpleasant stimulus) is assigned to the student.
    After breaking a neighbor's window during a game of baseball, the child has to do yard work (an unpleasant stimulus) for the neighbor.
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  8. page Punishment edited ... The end result either something is given but is bad or something is removed but is much liked.…
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    The end result either something is given but is bad or something is removed but is much liked.
    Examples/Functions
    Punishment
    Being grounded because of sneaking out; attempts to stop the teen from sneaking out again.
    Being put in jail because of theft to try and stop the person from stealing again.
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