ENGLISH PROJECT - Behavior Modification By: Ali Moon,...

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    Behavior Modification By: Ali Moon, Kaitlyn Donchez,  and Joan Cardenas
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    Facts on Behavior  Modification Definition- is a technique of altering an individual’s behaviors  and reactions to stimuli through positive and negative  reinforcement of adaptive behaviors and/or the extinction of  maladaptive behavior through positive and negative  conditioning. COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL APPROACH/ COGNITIVE  BEHAVIOR THERAPY B “I think I can, I think I can…”
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    Classical conditioning, Pavlov,  Classical conditioning- The pairing of a  stimulus with an unconditioned reflex, such  that over time the new stimulus acquires a  conditioned response, evoking the same  behavior; the process by which an automatic  response is conditioned to a new stimulus Ivan Pavlov-Russian physiologist Hypnosis-a direct way of accessing a  person’s subconscious mind Conscious mind vs. subconscious mind
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    Pros of Hypnotism Enhance sense of relaxation  and well being Reduce stress Stimulate endorphins by  releasing pleasure hormones  and/or eliminate pain Increase focus and  concentration Increase the ability to create  vivid images
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course ENGL 015 taught by Professor Stjean,shawnr during the Fall '07 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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