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November 10, 2008 Youtube clip: “Tantrum” Announcement: No Class this Wednesday or Friday (ASC Conference) Short Writing Assignment will be posted on your AI OnCourse website Differential Association Theory Patterson’s Theory of parenting practices Shakur Reading(s) Key Concepts Two types of “parenting practices” two step process Parental Monitoring (PM)=watch your kids and know what they’re doing Short term consequences of ineffective punishment of anti-social behavior (Early childhood, 0-6) 3 Step Process (short term consequence) Child engages in anti-social behavior Example: Context…kid taken to supermarket by parent at dinner time. Hungry kid sees candy and has a tantrum(behavior) Parent caves in to kid’s antisocial behavior and gives the child candy Effect on child’s behavior. Getting candy “feels good” so the child is reinforce for throwing a tantrum. Effect on parent’s behavior:kid shuts up and it “feels good” so the parent is reinforced for giving a child, who throws a tantrum, candy.
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