Behaviour Modification Applications

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Chapter 16 - 1- Define stimulus generalization and give an example that is not in this chapter...
 

Stimulus generlization is the procedure of reinforcing...

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Unit 16

 

Stimulus generalization...

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Chapter 16 -...

 

Common-class:...

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Chapter 16 – 5. Define or describe unlearned response generalization due...
 

The more physically similar...

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 Chapter...

 

1. Train in...

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Chapter 16...

 

A: General...

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Chapter 16, Question 16
Briefly list three tactics for programming operant response generalization. Describe...
 

1. Programming...

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Chapter 16

 

1) Behaviour...

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Chapter 16

#21:Give...
 

: An example...

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Chapter 17 Question 1

 

A rule describes a situation in...

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chapter 17, question 5 : Define contingency shaped behaviour and give an example
 

Behaviour that...

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Chapter 17 Question...

 

Rules that describe...

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Chapter 17 Question 17

Briefly list six of the eight conditions...
 

1. Specific...

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CHAPTER 17

 

A mastery criterion...

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CHAPTER 18

 

-       Arrange...

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Chapter 18 ...

 

Modeling is...

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Chapter 18 Question 10 - what is generalized imitation, describe and example.
 

10. “Generalized imitation:...

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Chapter 18...

 

 Categories...

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Chapter 18

8.  What does the term...

 

Physical guidance is the application of physical contact to induce...

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Chapter 17, #6 - Define rule governed behaviour and give an example
 
Rule governed behaviour is behaviour that is controlled by the statement of a rule.
If everyone...
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Chapter 17, Question 21.  What do the authors mean by commitment in the context of goal...
 

By commitment, we mean statements or actions...

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Chapter 19,...

 

People who are...

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Chapter 19 – Question #2

What is the conceptual problem with...
 
The conceptual problem with the traditional view of motivation is that it is believed that...
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Chapter 19

 

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Chapter 19

Question #5. Define motivating operation....
 

Motivating operation (MO) is an event or operation that:...

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Unit 19

 

Echoic is a...

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Chapter 19 – 14. Define mand, and describe an example that is not in the...
 

A mand is a...

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Chapter 19 Question 13 - Define tact and describe an example that is not in this book.
 
A tact is a naming response that is developed and maintained by social reinforcement . If an...
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Chapter 20 Question...

 

Behavioural...

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Chapter 20 ...

 
A: The four phases of a behaviour modification program are the screening phase, the pre-program...
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chapter 20 question 5: What two things typically occur during the assessment phase of a behaviour...
 
During the assessment phase the behavior modifier assesses the target behavior to determine...
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Chapter 20

 
“to determine whether the improvements achieved during treatment are maintained after the...
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Chapter 20 Question 12

 

1.         ...

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Chapter 20 Qustion...

 

Direct Assessment procedures...

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Chapter 20Question 21:  How does a behavioural approach differ from a traditional approach...
 
Behavioural approach - Performance on a checklist is a sample of a persons response to specific...
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Behavioural...

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Chapter 20

 

A difference...

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Chapter 21 question...

 

Another word...

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CHAPTER 21

 

Level 1, imitation

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Chapter 21 Question 15. What do we mean by the latency of a response?Describe an example
 
15.Latency is the amount of time that passes between the presentation of a stimuli and the...
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Time sampling recording scores a behavior as occurring or not occurring...

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CHAPTER 21

 

Continuous recording is the recording...

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Chapter 21 ...

 

A continuous...

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Chapter 21,...

 

22. “Momentary...

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Chapter 21 ...

 

Interobserver...

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Chapter 22,...

 

In research...

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Chapter 22 – Question #5 - define independent variable and give an example
 

An independent...

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 Chapter...

 

A) “A study...

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Chapter 22

Question #7.  Define External...
 
Question #7. External validity is extent to which a finding of a study or experiment...
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Unit 22

 

The reversal-replication design has also...

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Chapter 22 -...

 

Billy will not...

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Chapter 22–17....

 

It involves...

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Chapter 22 Question...

 

A multiple-baeline-across-people...

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Chapter 22 ...

 

A: The changing-criterion design...

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Chapter 22 Question...

 

Experimental...

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Chapter 23

 

1) What...

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Chapter 23

#2:Briefly...
 

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Chapter 23 Question 5

 

1.         ...

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Chapter 23 Question...

 

a) whether attention reliably...

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Chapter 23 Question...

 

The individual...

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Chapter 23

 

The two main...

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Chapter 24 

 

By asking two...

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CHAPTER 24

 

A behaviour...

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9. Before you design your behaviour modification program the five questions that must be answered are:...
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CHAPTER 24 

 

            Can...

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Chapter 24 ...

 

A behavioural...

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Chapter 24

16.  What is a treatment...

 

A treatment contract is a written agreement between the client and...

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Chapter 25 Question 1 - What are tokens?
 

 

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Chapter 25.
2.) What is a token economy?         ...
 
A token economy is a program in which a group of individuals can earn tokens for a...
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Chapter 25,...

 

Token economies...

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Chapter 25 – Question #5
List at least Five behaviours that token economies have been...
 

Five behaviours...

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Chapter 25

Question #12. What do you think...
 

Some advantages in having members of the token economy...

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Unit 25

 

One precaution...

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Chapter 26 -...

 

They describe...

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26 – 11. How...

 

Commitment to...

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Chapter 26 Question...

 

1. List all...

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Chapter 26 ...

 

A: Recording...

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Chapter 26, Question 16
16. List seven major classes of antecedents that you might consider...
 

1.Instructions...

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Chapter 26

 

Mastery criterion...

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Chapter 26 Question...

 

1. By asking...

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Chapter 26 Question 27       ...

 

1.         ...

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Chapter 27

 

Cognitive processes...

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Chapter 27 question...

 

Association...

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Chapter 27

 

Cognitive restructuring...

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Chapter 27,...

 

10. First, clients...

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CHAPTER 27

 

     ...

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CHAPTER 27 

 

            These...

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Chapter 28

 

ESTs are therapies...

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Chapter 28

2.  Why do empirically...

 

EST’s often turn out to be behavioral or cognitive-behavioral therapies...

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Chapter 28 Question...

 

3.  “An...

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Chapter 28

 

A fear hierarchy...

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Chapter 28,...

 

Systematic desensitization is...

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Chapter 28 – Question #7 – Using an example briefly describe three phases of systematic...
 

Three phases...

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Chapter 28

 

A) The following...

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Unit 28

 

Participant...

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Chapter 28 -...

 

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28 – 24. List...

 

a)self-monitoring,...

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Chapter 29 ...

 

A: Two other...

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Chapter 29, Question 6
6. What role did Hans Eysenck play in the development of behavior...
 
He was a British psychologist whom was influential in criticizing traditional Freudian psychoanalytic...
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Chapter 29

 

Operant conditioning...

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Chapter 29 Question 12

The...
 

(a) Much of it was done with very...

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Chapter 29,...

 

Ans 15.The operant orientation...

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Chapter 29 question...

 

They believed...

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Chapter 29 question...

 

Behaviour therapy...

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CHAPTER 30

 

Behaviour modification...

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Chapter 30, Question 7 – Why is extreme...

 

7. Extreme wariness in reaction to any...

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Chapter 30

 

From a behavioural...

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Chapter 30 Question 14

 

Countercontrol...

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Chapter 30

 

 “behaviour...

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Chapter 30,...

 

Three possible...

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Chapter 30 – Question #20 – Describe a mechanism to facilitate informed consent.
 

A mechanism...

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