ISU PSY 233 - Chapter 10- Behaviorism and personality (2 pages)

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Lecture number:
30
Pages:
2
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Illinois State University
Course:
Psy 233 - Psychology of Personality
Edition:
1
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PSY 233 1st Edition Lecture 30 Outline of Last Lecture I Chapter 9 continued A Molecular genetic paradigm B Shared and non shared environments nature vs nurture debate C 3 kinds of nature nurture interactions 1 The same environment can impact each child differently ex calm vs reactive children 2 Differing children s genetics yield s varying parental caretaker resultant interactions 3 Individuals with different genetics seek out environments that positively influence genetic traits ex an outgoing child seeks out environmental experiences that nurtures their personality traits D Prenatal experiences and sexual orientation do prenatal experiences influence homosexuality E Hemisphere dominance F Neurotransmitters G Cortisol fight or flight hormone from adrenal cortex Outline of Current Lecture II Chapter 10 Behaviorism and personality A Behaviorism human behavior is determined by the external environment Behaviorism Little Albert experiment Generalization Discrimination Extinction Joseph Wolpe B Treatment phases 1 Relaxation training 2 Construction of anxiety hierarchy 3 Patient is asked to visualize anxiety in vivo 4 Patient experiences real life experience and manages anxiety These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute Current Lecture III Chapter 10 Behaviorism and personality A Behaviorism human behavior is determined by the external environment Ex you didn t take this class because of free will or if you liked it you took it because the external environment influenced you Behaviorism John B Watson the 2nd force in psychology father of behaviorism Little Albert experiment conditioned fear in little albert Behaviorism comes from the work of Ivan Pavlov classical conditioning Unconditional stimulus UCS food yields unconditional response UCR salvation Several trials of neutral stimuli NS bell UCS food yields a conditional response CR NS becomes a conditional



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