NOTES-38-s11 - Today's Agenda Hineline Psychology 2103 5103...

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Hineline - Psychology 2103 / 5103 – Spring, 2011 Notes,20 April (38th meeting) Today's Agenda: Lecture on problems from Interteach # 27 Interteach # 28, based on pdf article by Sigrid Glenn Coming Events Friday, 22 Apr Interteach # 29 Monday, 25 Apr Interteach # 30 Wednesday, 27 Apr Interteach # 31 Friday, 29 April Review for Probe # 5 Monday 2 May Probe # 5 – last class meeting Thursday, 5 May Book Reviews due Friday, 6 May Final Exam – 8:00 – 10:00 AM 1) Someone asked “What is selective listening” To the extent that listening is accompanied by behavior of nodding, smiling, “u-hum” etc, Selective listening is differential reinforcing of the speaker’s behavior. 2) Paraphrased Mand and Paraphrased Tact, and what we mean by “understanding” a) Paraphrase – by definition, differs topographically from echoic behavior What is the defining feature of a mand? What would make it a mand equivalent to the paraphrased one? (Consider the listener’s likely reaction) b) What is the defining feature of a tact? What would make it a tact equivalent to the paraphrased one? c) “Total Verbal Episode” – coordinated sequence involving 2 or more people whereby they (usually repeatedly) swap rolls of speaker and listener.
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