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Chapter 1 What is Behavior Modification?
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Behavior simple action can be overt (observable) can be covert (not directly observable) covert behavior must be inferred from overt responses
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What is Not Behavior? interpretive descriptions of a personality trait diagnostic labels outcome of behavior
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Origins of Behavior learning: some behavior develops as result of experience hereditary factors: some behavioral responses are based on inherited characteristics
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Learning learning is a permanent change in behavior that results from experience learning processes include: respondent conditioning operant conditioning modeling cognitive processes
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Respondent Conditioning
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Operant Conditioning antecedent, behavior, and consequence define behavioral situations antecedents set the occasion for the behavior behavior is what organisms do consequence influence the future occurrence of the behavior
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Operant Conditioning (continued) the
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