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Lecture 14-10-18 - Thursday October 18 Type of Contingency...

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Thursday, October 18
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Type of Contingency Knowledge When things go right : When things go wrong : Promotion Focus”: Prevention Focus”: “When I do things right, I feel happy.” “When I do things wrong, I feel sad/depressed.” “When I do things wrong, I feel anxious/worried.” Pleasure is the presence of positive; pain is the absence of positive Pleasure is the absence of negative; pain is the presence of negative “When I do things right, I feel relieved/relaxed.”
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Styles of Caretaker-Child Interactions Type of Contingency Knowledge Desired Behavior Undesired Behavior Promotion Focus Prevention Focus Promotion Focus Prevention Focus Strong Contingency: Managing Modes Disciplining Modes Bolstering Prudent Love Withdrawing Punitive/ Critical Weak Contingency: Rejecting Modes Neglectful Abusive Doting Modes Spoiling Over- protective Not to experience any
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NORMS Definition : “A generally accepted way of thinking, feeling, or believing that people in a group agree upon and endorse.”
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