Unformatted text preview: that Sarah smiles. It is reinforcing because John’s smiling will increase the likelihood of Sarah smiling. After all, who says John’s smile isn’t every bit as good as Sarah’s? 3. I could use observational learning to increase Sarah’s frequency of smiling by pointing out some role models of today’s society. In every one of her romantic movies, it seems that Renee Zellweger always gets the guy, and in the process she smiles a good deal. If after watching some of those movies, Sarah learns a little from Renee, she will smile more frequently at John because she notices that it works for Renee in the films. 4. I’d probably slip some ecstasy into Sarah’s drink, as it’s known for making users feel close and empathetic to those around them. However, I probably wouldn’t advise John to take Sarah clubbing after the fact....
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2012 for the course PSYCH 110 taught by Professor Finkel during the Fall '08 term at Northwestern.
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