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2010-04-12 08:39:02
Test 3

Rock It!
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  1. Desenitization
    • Based on extinction on a fear
    • Slow step by step exposure of fear to slowly get over
  2. Flooding
    • Take fear and cover the person in it to quickly eliminate fear
    • Ex:
    • take 30 gal bucket of bugs and dump it on someone who is afraid
  3. Operant Conditioning Techniques
    • May use Rewards & Punishments
    • Token Economy System: offer a token of intrest as a reward
    • Children work harder for rewards then for punishment (don't understand copral punishment)
  4. Behavior Contracting
    • Children Identify a contract in writing. If they agree to terms more likely to follow those wanted behavior if they signed it in writing.
    • Let kid create = kid more invested in outcome
    • Work harder for immediate gratification
  5. Modeling
    • learning a behavior by watching someone else complete it
    • Albert Bandura
    • helped ppl with snake fear overcome fear by watching video of other ppl successfully handling snakes.
  6. Role playing
    • Switch places to better understand roles
    • Therapist & client
    • Family members
    • Allows individual to look at self from the outside
  7. Cognitive Therapy
    • Thinking
    • Stress inaculation therapy
    • how to deal with stress through self talk
  8. Rational Imotive Therapy
    • Irrational move to rational
    • focus on good points of bad week
    • good with person of absolutes
    • Ex: I had a good week because this positive thing happened
  9. Bex Cognitive Theraapy
    • helps w/ depression
    • alter perspective on life
    • negative turned positive
  10. Group Therapy
    • Focus not on an individual but on group. Create communication and acceptance/respect likes and dislikes.
    • Ex:
    • Family therapy
    • Couples Therapy
    • Self-help groups-tend to have individuals dealing with similar issues
    • Open- can join at any point in time
    • Closed- a set schedule where ppl do not come or go (like a school class)
  11. Iconic Memory
    • Visual snapshot of an area
    • 2-3 seconds
  12. Echoic Memory
    • Auditory Record of event
    • Ex: a persons voice
  13. Sensory Registry to Short-term Memory
    Gets moved through attention
  14. Short-Term Memory
    • Holds info that we are thinking about/aware of consciously
    • Had 2 tasks
    • sorting new info briefly
    • Working on that info (working memory)
  15. Symatic Encoding
  16. Phonologically
    • STM is primarlly stored via this
    • Verbal info stored this way
    • only some stored visualy
  17. Dual coding
    • Relating a picture to a word trying to memorize
    • Helps to remember it for longer
  18. Long-Term Memory Capacity
    Vast amounts of info for years
  19. Types of LTM
    Episodic Memory
    Personal Experiences
  20. Types of LTM
    Semantic Memory
    General Facts & Info
  21. Types of LTM
    Procedural Memory
    Skills, habits and motor tasks
  22. Types of LTM
    Emotional Memory
    • Learned Emotional Responses
    • Ex; walk into room and smell grandma's cookies. Fell good
  23. Explicit Memories
    • Memories we are aware of
    • episodic and semantic memories
    • Personal experiences and general info/facts
  24. Implicit Memories
    • Memories or info not intentionly committed
    • Procedural and emotional memories
  25. Decay Theory of Forgetting
    Passage of time
  26. Interference Theory of Forgetting
    • Retroactive- new info replaces old
    • Proactive- happy with what know so ignore new info
  27. Autobiographical Memory
    • Recollection of events from own life
    • Childhood amnesia (forget everything before age 2)
  28. Transitional Situation Memory
    • Tend to remember significant Transitions in life
    • Ex: Getting married, graduation, having child
  29. Flash Bulb Memories
    • Memories of some extremely significant event (Usually unplanned)
    • Vivid memory of event and the surrounding incidents
    • Hormones from stress/anxiety tend to mess with the memory making it less accurate.

    Ex: 9/11: remember where I was and what I was doing.
  30. Group Process
    • 1) Forming
    • 2.) Storming
    • 3) Norming
    • 4) Performing

    Forget Stupid Nothing Projector
  31. Albert Ellis
    • REBT- Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy
    • falls under cognitive therapy
  32. Mental disorder most dangerous to Clinician
    • Paranoid Schizophrenia
    • the clinician knows everything that person doesn't want Russia/CIA to know (who believes is after them)
  33. Carl Rogers PCP
    • is a Humanistic Approach to therapy
    • calling person client dehumanizes them.