The Behavioral Model

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The Behavioral Model www.psychlotron.org.uk Main suppositions: Abnormal conduct is the result of unusual gaining from nature There is no subjective distinction amongst ordinary and strange conduct – they are found out in a similar ways: Classical molding Operant molding Social learning

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Classical Conditioning www.psychlotron.org.uk Learning by affiliation: When two ecological changes (jolts) happen together, we figure out how to partner them The reaction to one may exchange to the next E.g. Pavlov (1901) instructed puppies to salivate when they heard a chime

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Classical Conditioning www.psychlotron.org.uk

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Operant Conditioning www.psychlotron.org.uk Learning by outcomes Organisms work on their surroundings The probability of them rehashing any given conduct relies on upon its results Reinforcement – more prone to rehash Punishment – more averse to rehash

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Social Learning www.psychlotron.org.uk Learning by perception People watch the conduct of other individuals (models) They may mirror the conduct they watch Whether or not they do as such relies on upon the watched outcomes: Vicarious support Vicarious discipline

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