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PSY 350 lecture 2,3

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PSY 350 lecture 2,3 PSY 35000 - 002

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Abnormal Psychology
David Rollock
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This 6 page Class Notes was uploaded by Olivia Lee on Monday January 18, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PSY 35000 - 002 at Purdue University taught by David Rollock in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 27 views. For similar materials see Abnormal Psychology in Psychlogy at Purdue University.

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Date Created: 01/18/16
Chapter 1: History Class #3 January 15 , 2016 Behavioral Models of Psychotherapy Reactionary Movement Against Psychoanalysis Approachesientific The Behavioral Model Ivan Pavlov (1904): – Classical conditioning is a ubiquitous form of learning – Dogs salivate to bell after pairing – Conditioning involves a contingency between neutral (bell) and unconditioned stimuli (food) – Bell was a neutral stimulus originally Mary Cover Jones (1924): – The “mother of behavior therapy” – Treated phobias using systematic desensitization – Rabbit experiement : paired experience with the rabbit – Desensitation/ exposure therapy The Beginnings of Behavior Therapy B. F. Skinner and Operant Conditioning • Behavior “operates” on the environment and will affect how the environment treats the organism – This is how we learn/parenting skills – Natural urge to avoid things • Most voluntary behavior is controlled by the consequences that follow behavior – punish they decreasece behaviors, they increase, if you Cognitive Therapy • Aaron Beck (1960’s) • Assumptions – Event  Thought  Emotion • You can’t just change the way you feel • You can’t control (always) events • But you can control what you think • change emotions by the way we think • Goal – Restructure thinking: – Change false/unhelpful beliefs Evolution to Cognitive Behavioral Models • “CBT” has become the norm • Perception/interpretation has consequences for affect • Cognitive elements are now commonly integrated in behavioral treatments • Good empirical support! • Behavioral therapy works very well when theere is an idetifable


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