1. What are behavioural therapies based on?
- Identification of what reinforces abnormal behaviours and an attempt to change them through conditioning
- Identification of what reinforces normal behaviours and an attempt to change them through conditioning
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2. How does operant conditioning apply to: maintaining phobias?
- We experience anxiety around phobic stimuli and avoid them, this prevents anxiety and acts as negative reinforcement
- These people feel guilt and disgust, so make themselves sick so the removal of those feelings is negative reinforcement
- These people desire to lose weight or have more control of their lives, so not eating is positive reinforcement
3. What does the behavioural model believes?
- Behaviours are all learnt
- Behaviours are all innate
- Behaviours are all assumed
4. What are the two forms of conditioning?
- classical and operant
- classical and behavioural
- behavioural and operant
5. Which is an example of an unconditioned stimulus triggering an undconditioned response?
- A certain stimulus (a loud noise) triggers a natural reflex (fear)
- The rat presented by itself triggers a conditioned response (fear)
- Unconditioned stimulus(a loud noise) is presented repeatly at the same time as another stimulus (a rat) which triggers an unconditioned response (fear)