Behaviorial Model

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Behavioral Model LeTory Brooks Tonya Forgie Ashley McIntire Bonnie Mallett Elaine Carr
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Definition of Behavioral Disorder
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The difference between many normal behaviors and disordered behaviors are the frequency, magnitude, and social "adaptiveness" of the behaviors. A person's behavior can be changed with both positive and negative reinforcements. People behavior's are responses and actions that are means of a function of external variables; these actions and responses can be measured, analyzed, and observed.
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Behavioral Model
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The behavioral model concentrates on behaviors, the responses an organism makes to its environment, which can be either internal or external. In the behavioral view, people are the sum of their learned behaviors.
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Behavior theorists base their explanations and treatments on principles of learning, the processes by which these behaviors change in response to the environment. The behavioral model began in laboratories where psychologists were running experiments on conditioning, simple forms of learning.
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Etiology
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Learning theorists have identified several different forms of conditioning, and each may produce normal or abnormal behavior.
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Classical Conditioning An impartial stimulus is coupled with an event of some importance, the subject present some sort of subconscious behavior.
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Ivan Pavlov Russian physiologist first demonstrated classical conditioning with animal studies. He placed a bowl of meat powder, or unconditioned stimulus, before a dog, causing the dog to salivate, or form an unconditioned response. Next, just before presenting the dog with meat,
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