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What is Behavioral Psychology?
The way we interpret the incoming stimuli, and how we interact.
Who are the primary contributors to Behavioral Psychology?
1. Ivan Pavlov
2. B.F. Skinner
3. John Watson
What types of behavioral psychology were studied in lecture-5?
1. Classical Conditioning
2. Operant Conditioning
Define Classical Conditioning.
Controlled stimulus = Automatic response
Who defined Classical Conditioning?
Ivan Pavlov
What did the experiment in Classical Conditioning involve?
Pavlov conditioned dogs to associate a tuning fork with being fed. When the dogs heard a tuning fork, they began to salivate.
What is Classical Conditioning also referred to as?
Stimulus response
What does Classical Conditioning involve?
Controlled stimulus = automatic response
Is thought provoked in Classical Conditioning?
No
Define Operant Conditioning
Environmental consequences shape behavior - precludes free will
Who defined operant Conditioning?
B.F. Skinner
What does operant conditioning target?
Specific behavior that can be measure and observed
Under operant Conditioning, do people have a choice?
People have some degree of choice
What does B.F. Skinner need to know about the subject?
Past reinforcement being positive or negative
Who said "An action with a good outcome will be repeated and an action with a bad outcome will not be repeated"?
B.F. Skinner
Define personality disorder
A dysfunction in personality Distorted, but functional
What are the diagnosis for Personality disorder?
1. Cluster-A: Eccentric Group Psychotics
2. Cluster-B: Dramatic Erratic Asserters
3. Cluster-C: Anxious fearful Neurotics
What is Cluster-A?
Eccentric Group Psychotics:
1. Paranoid = SUSPECT
2. Schizoid = DISTANT
What is Cluster-B?
Dramatic Erratic:
1. Histrionic = PRAISE ME
2. Narcissistic = SPECIAL
3. Borderline = AM SUICIDE
What is Cluster-C?
Anxious fearful:
1. Avoidant = CRINGES
2. O.C.D. = LAW FIRMS
Cluster-A
What is Paranoid?
SUSPECT:
Spouse fidelity / Unforgiving / Suspicious / Perceive attacks / Enemy of friend / Confiding is feared / Threats are perceived in benign events
Cluster-A
What is Schizoid?
DISTANT:
Detached emotionally / Indifferent in criticism or praise / Sexual interest is none / Tasks done alone / Absent of close friends / Neither desires nor enjoys friendship / Takes pleasure in few activities
Cluster-B
What is Histrionic?
PRAISE ME:
Provocative behavior / Relationships are viewed sexually / Attention (has to be center of) / Influenced easily / Style of speech (lacks detail) / Emotion shifts rapidly / Made up (physical appearance to draw attention)/ Emotionally exaggerated
Cluster-B
What is Narcissistic?
SPECIAL:
Special (believe they are most unique) / Preoccupied by fantasy (unlimited power, brilliance) / Entitlement / Conceited / Interpersonal exploitation / Arrogant / Lacks empathy
Cluster-B
What is Borderline?
AM SUICIDE:
Abandonment / Mood instability / Suicidal / Unstable in relationship / Impulsive / Control of anger / Identity disturbance / Dissociative (paranoid) / Emptiness
Cluster-C
What is Avoidant?
CRINGES:
certainty (uncertain of others) / Rejection / Intimate relations (fear of being shamed) / New interpersonal relationship / Gets around occupational activity / Embarrassed / Self-view is worthless
Cluster-C
What is O.C.D.?
LAW FIRMS:
Loses point of activity (preoccupied with insignificant details) / Ability to complete tasks due to perfectionism / Worthless objects are loved / Friendships excluded / Inflexible & scrupulous / Reluctant to delegate unless specific guidelines are met / Miserable towards self & others / Stubborn