Personality Theory Presentation

Personality Theory Presentation - PersonalityTheory 11/12/10

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 11/12/10 Personality   Theory   By: Kim Waddell 
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11/12/10 Behaviorism Behaviorism is a brand of psychology B.F. Skinner an enthusiast spokesman Behaviorism was the dominant force
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11/12/10 Tabula Rasa Blank State British philosopher John Locke Individuals born without built-in mental content The environment shapes a person Personality is made by the environment
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11/12/10 Classical Conditioning Represents one form of simple learning Pavlov’s well-known examples of classical conditioning The terminology of
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11/12/10 Operant Conditioning A second form of learning Positive consequences for behavior increases Negative consequences for behavior decrease Skinner conducted a best-known experiment Operant conditioning more than a matter
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11/12/10 Reinforcement Partial reinforcement Shaping Continuous reinforcement Conditioned generalized reinforcers Stimulation rewards and Affective rewards
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2010 for the course HIS/135 AAFO0NDH19 taught by Professor J.bauer during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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Personality Theory Presentation - PersonalityTheory 11/12/10

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