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NOTES-21-s11 - Hineline - Psychology 2103 / 5103 Spring,...

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Hineline - Psychology 2103 / 5103 Spring, 2011 Notes, 4 March, 21 st Meeting Available on Blackboard: These notes Prep Guides that you will need soon Coming Events 7-13 March SPRING BREAK Monday, 14 March Interteach # 16 Wednesay, 16 March Interteach # 17 Friday, 18 March Interteach # 18 From Guide # 14 – The most popular item for review was the second part of Question 4.; To address it, we need the first part in view as well. SO: How is it that “NO!” becomes a conditioned aversive stimulus? *** Some behavior analysts have advocated total abstinence from the use of punishment And from the teaching of conditioned aversive stimuli. What do you suppose is your instructor’s basis for viewing this as inadvisable? First, consider the extinction burst, and the problem of dangerous behavior. Then, a story from the “Character Disorder” ward At Walter Reed Army Institute of Research – back when it was a world-class research facility Thus, inexperience with punishment may be a liability
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course MYTH 2001 taught by Professor Online during the Spring '11 term at Temple.

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NOTES-21-s11 - Hineline - Psychology 2103 / 5103 Spring,...

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