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Day 12 increasin - NCATE Dispositions Two that we will always remember BELIEVE ALL CHILDREN CAN LEARN SOCIAL EQUITY AND JUSTICE Increasing

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NCATE Dispositions Two that we will always remember: BELIEVE ALL CHILDREN CAN LEARN SOCIAL EQUITY AND JUSTICE
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Increasing Appropriate Behavior: Increasing Appropriate Behavior: Cognitive Cognitive Theory Theory
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Review Reinforcements Primary Secondary How to promote maintenance and generalization
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Cognition Defined. . The mental process of knowing, including aspects such as awareness, perception, reasoning, and judgment. That which comes to be known, as through perception, reasoning, or intuition … KNOWLEDGE. The American Heritage Dictionary (2000).
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Behavior Change Theory Purpose: Why we choose targets of change … Why we choose intervention strategies … How we evaluate, monitor and measure effectiveness? Explanatory Theory = Theory of the Problem Why problem exists? For behavior change, what modifiable factors contribute to the problem Knowledge, attitudes, intentions, interpersonal supports, organizational and environmental conditions Change Theory = Theory of Action What strategies are best employed to change behaviors?
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Behavior Change Theory Inputs Cognitive Processes Behaviors Person Outcome Expectation Behavior Behavior Expectation Expectation Environment Environment Less Risky Behaviors More Health Promoting Behaviors
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Original Health Belief Model Inputs Cognitive Processes Behaviors Person Outcome Expectation Behavior Behavior Expectation Expectation Environment Environment Less Risky Behaviors More Health Promoting Behaviors Response Efficacy Belief that specific action will influence outcomes Threat Appraisal Severity Susceptibility Perceived Benefit Value of action Perceived Barriers Costs of action
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Current Health Belief Model Inputs Cognitive Processes Behaviors Person Outcome Expectation Behavior Behavior Expectation Expectation Environment Environment Less Risky Behaviors More Health Promoting Behaviors Self-Efficacy Beliefs of specific skills, capability to act. Need to increase attribution of skill to self. Response Efficacy Belief that specific action will influence outcomes Threat Appraisal Severity Susceptibility Perceived Benefit Value of action Perceived Barriers Costs of action
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Social Learning/Cognitive Theory Cues to Action Cognitive Processes Behaviors Person Personality Behavioral Capacity: Performance Outcome Expectation Behavior Behavior Expectation Expectation Environment Environment (Reciprocal (Reciprocal Determinism/ Determinism/ Reinforcements) Reinforcements) Performance Performance Verbal Verbal Vicarious: Vicarious: Observations Observations Emotions Emotions Less Risky Behaviors More Health Promoting Behaviors Self-Efficacy Beliefs in skills, confidence to act. Need to increase
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2011 for the course SPE 3600 taught by Professor Frankmullins during the Spring '11 term at E. Illinois.

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Day 12 increasin - NCATE Dispositions Two that we will always remember BELIEVE ALL CHILDREN CAN LEARN SOCIAL EQUITY AND JUSTICE Increasing

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