Ch15 - Ch.15 Ch.15 Respondent and Operant Respondent...

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Unformatted text preview: Ch.15 Ch.15 Respondent and Operant Respondent Conditioning Together Conditioning Respondent and Operant Conditioning Together Conditioning Example of Rick (who likes to party) Rick • • • • Been punished in past for missing due dates All semester for paper Started a week before due As due date got closer, anxiety (respondent As response) increased response) • As Bill worked on the paper (operant response) As and got closer to meeting the deadline, the anxiety decreased (escape conditioning) decreased Respondent and Operant Conditioning Together Conditioning Respondent and operant components of Respondent emotions emotions The respondent component: our feelings • Fear • Little Albert White rat paired with pounding a metal box with a White hammer hammer Respondent and Operant Conditioning Together Conditioning Operant components: our actions, Operant descriptions, and awareness descriptions, We learn to display our emotions in ways that We have been modeled and operantly reinforced in the past in Respondent and Operant Conditioning Together Conditioning Some cause of emotions Four major causes of emotions • Presentation and removal of reinforcers and Presentation presentation and removal of aversive stimuli presentation Presentation of reinforcers-happiness Withholding or withdrawal of reinforcers-anger Presentation of aversive stimuli-anxiety Withdrawal of aversive stimuli-relief Respondent and Operant Conditioning Together Conditioning Some cause of emotions Three important characteristics of emotions • The autonomic reaction you feel during an emotion • The way you learn to express an emotion The (shouting, jumping up and down, aggression) (shouting, • The way you become aware of and describe you The emotions emotions Respondent and Operant Conditioning Together Conditioning Respondent and operant components of Respondent thinking thinking A respondent component: our imagery • Visualizing (imagery) Our long history of associating words with actual sights, Our sounds, smells, and feelings enables us to elicit images with words with Respondent and Operant Conditioning Together Conditioning Respondent and operant components of Respondent thinking thinking An operant component: our self-talk • Talking to ourselves is reinforced when we remind Talking ourselves of rules ourselves • Talking to ourselves has become a covert behavior Talking because overt occurrences are punished because Respondent and Operant Conditioning Together Conditioning Private thoughts and feelings: more Private respondent-operant interactions respondent-operant Private behavior includes both operant and Private respondent components of thinking and emotion emotion • Certain thoughts can induce physiological states Self-talk and getting psyched up before competition ...
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