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  • The Importance Of Bed-Making In Psychology

    The participant’s goal is to increase bed-making at the start of their day. Weiten (2011), described behaviourism to be in conjuction with environmental control, learning, and conditioning. Therefore, a behavious can be modified. Targeting the behaviour of making the bed in the morning will be beneficial for the participant as it will demonstrate personal tidiness and control over ones actions at the beginning of the day. By implementing…

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  • Behavioral And Social Theories Of Pavlov And B. F. Skinner

    theory of classical conditioning by Pavlov explains that we develop a new behavior based on the association we make with the things we interact with, for example; when a child has a painful experience at the dentist he is going to exhibit certain behavior when he comes back for a second visit. In other words, the child responds to a stimulus by exhibiting certain behaviors such as aggressiveness, cry, fear, stress, and anxiety. On the other hand, Skinner argues that operant conditioning deals…

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  • Analysis Of Lev Vygotsky's Sociocultural Theory

    Sociocultural Theory: In my original paper one of the theories I used to back up my arguments was the Sociocultural theory. This theory comes from Russian psychologist Lev Vygotsky. The concepts of this theory stem from the idea of nature vs nurture (heredity creates who you are vs your interactions with your environment creates who you are). Sociocultural theory leans more towards the nurture side of this concept. Vygotsky’s theory states that a child’s interactions with their social and…

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  • ABA Theory

    (Samelson, 1980, 620). He conducted the Little Alberts study in an attempt to condition a phobia in a young infant (neutral stimulus) by presenting a rat and loud noise simultaneously. Prior to the conditioning…

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  • Seizure Animal Training Report

    A retrospective study of a training program this time concentrating on Seizure Response Dogs by Kirton et al. [91] reported similar benefits in QOL. Records on animals' details, training programs, response and alerting signals, reliability and effect on seizures’ frequency were obtained. Twenty-two patients took part in the study, all with an established diagnosis of epilepsy validated by a neurologist and with 87% having a childhood-onset epilepsy. In average there were 36 seizures/ month with…

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  • Cognitive Functional Test Essay

    Cognitive functional tests of an animal can be divided into two categories, attentive and recollection tests, both of which will be examined in this experiment. [ref 1] The memory test is the Morris Water Maze and the attentive test is the Pre-Pulse Inhibition test. Both tests in this experiment are exercise different parts of the brain, the Water Maze exercises the hippocampus, and the Pre-Pulse Inhibition exercises the brainstem. The Water Maze experiment is an exercise regarding the…

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  • Reward Affecting Children's Behavior

    The influence of reward and punishment in children’s behaviour Introduction What is reward and punishment - Reward is the given of thing in recognition for one’s service or achievement according to oxford dictionary. - Bitensky(2006))showed that Punishment is the use of physical force with intention to cause bodily pain in order to correct a child’s behaviour. - Durrant (2005) .Corporal Punishment:Prevelance ,Predictors and Complications or Child Behaviour and Development iN S .N Hart (E.D)…

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  • Personality Characteristics On Prisoner's Dilemma Game

    Question 1 Anggiat Bright Sitorus 712214 The purpose of utilizing four different personality characteristics on Prisoner’s Dilemma game is to elucidate cooperative behavior against competitive behavior. The research question is: to what extent does personality have an impact on the behavior of people in the Prisoner’s Dilemma game? Locus of control, self-monitoring, type-A’s behavior and sensation seeking are the main focus of personality characteristics in this experiment. The…

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  • Dog Ethos Pathos Logos

    Why did God Make a Dog? Throughout the script So God Made a Dog, the author focuses on enhancing why dogs are in this world, and how they affect humans in a positive way. The author utilizes pathos, appeal to emotion, ethos, or ethics, and logos, or reason, to further elaborate and illustrate why dogs are in human’s lives and the positive outcomes that they bring. First is the use of pathos within the script. With the use of dogs and puppies, the author automatically catches reader’s loving,…

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  • Theory Of Superstitious Behavior

    The theory behind Skinner’s empirical study was that individuals is subject to superstitious behavior, an act in which one establishes a conditioned behavioral response to a drive regardless of there being no apparent correlation between the behavior and the drive. To test his hypothesis, Skinner established an experiment with pigeons. The pigeons were famished and then put into a cage which had a food hopper attached to it. The food hopper was controlled by a clock, and would therefore give…

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