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Chapter 9 Behavior Modification
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“How many psychiatrists does it take to change a light bulb? One, but the light bulb has really got to want to change.” — Anonymous
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Behavior as a Component of Personality
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Values - Abstract constructs we adopt early in life Attitudes - Beliefs based upon values Behaviors - Any action that is based on a conscious or unconscious thought
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Behavior Models (Why we think and behave the way we do!)
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Classical Conditioning Pavlov’s Dog - People can be conditioned to react in a specific way to a certain stimuli
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Operant Conditioning Skinner - Concept based on rewards and punishments
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Modeling Behavior learned through imitation
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The Behavior Modification
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Unformatted text preview: Model 1. Awareness 2. Desire to Change 3. Cognitive Restructuring 4. Behavior Substitute 5. Evaluation Stages of Change James Prochaska 1. Precontemplation Stage 2. Contemplation Stage 3. Determination Stage 4. Action Stage 5. Maintenance Stage 6. Relapse Stage Stress as a Trigger to Relapse? 1. Passive Behavior Style- Too intimidated to express thoughts or feelings 2. Aggressive Behavior Style- One acts to intimidate others and gain control over their thoughts and actions 3. Assertive Behavior Style- Person focuses on specific issues without belittling themselves or others Human Behavior Styles...
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2011 for the course HSC 4104 taught by Professor Kellyrhoads during the Summer '11 term at FAU.

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