LESSON 2

LESSON 2
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  • Good boy! Wait here until I'm done with parenting counseling, and you'll get a treat! 
  • Lesson 2
  • PARENTING COUNSELING
  • Hm... He's using SHAPING, and is utilizing reinforcers to guide my behavior, so I'm a good boy!
  • PARENTING COUNSELING
  • I'm Mrs. Thorndike, and this is my assistant, Mr. B.F. Skinner. Today, we will be learning about punishments versus reinforcements. Take a seat.
  • But, Mrs. Thorndike! What do I do when my child commits an undesirable act? 
  •  Positive reinforcement- 1. stimulus to increase frequency of a behavior ex:  weekly allowance
  • Methods to REINFORCE
  •  Negative reinforcement-  removes aversive stimulus to increase frequency of behavior ex: snoozing alarm, taking medicine
  • Punishments: Positive punishment- administers undesirable consequence, ex: time-out Negative punishment- withdraws something desirable, ex: no more candy
  • To attempt to reduce frequency of an unwanted behavior, punishments can be used.  However, be careful because utilizing punishments can teach aggression, create fear, or cause depression. 
  • Interval schedules involve TIME. Ratio schedules involve BEHAVIOR.
  • SCHEDULES OF REINFORCEMENT
  • There are different types of reinforcements. Continuous reinforcement is reinforcing desired behaviors every time they occur. Partial reinforcement reinforces desired responses sometimes. 
  • PARENTING COUNSELING
  • AFTER CLASS....
  • He just bought me an IMMEDIATE REINFORCER! My favorite: a bone!
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