Personality Theory Presentation

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  4/27/11 Personality Theory Presentation By Sabrina Armstrong
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 4/27/11 Behaviorism Theory Ø Psychology that explores in which observable behavior is learned and shaped by the environment. Ø Classical Conditioning Ø Operant Conditioning Ø Observational Learning Ø Self-efficacy
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 4/27/11 Classical Conditioning Ø The Unconditioned Stimulus Ø The Unconditioned Response Ø The Conditioned Stimulus Ø The Conditioned Response Ø Classical Conditioning in the Real World
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 4/27/11 Operant Conditioning e The key factors Ø Positive reinforcer Ø Negative reinforcer Ø Positive punishment Ø Negative punishment
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 4/27/11 Operant Conditioning Concepts Ø Shaping Ø Continuous reinforcement Ø Partial reinforcement
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 4/27/11 Social Learning Theory Ø The learning that occurs within social context. Ø Observational learning Ø Imitation Ø Modeling
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 4/27/11 Environment Reinforces & Punishes Modeling: Ø The observer is reinforced by the model. Ø
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