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APK 4401, Week 4 Notes

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Date Created: 09/23/16
▯ Chapter 4 Notes ▯ ▯ Stimulus Response Theory (SRT)  B.F. Skinner and Ivan Pavlov Ideas o Ex. Pavlov dogs  A behavior can be learned through repeated pairings with cues and rewards  Applications of SRT o Many trainers, therapist, etc. use reinforcement to increase behavior  Punishment decrease behavior and does not increase exercise  Reinforcements o Positive Reinforcements- Anything positive makes desired behavior increase (ex. Reward for exercising) o Negative Reinforcements- Taking away something bad to make something good happen (ex. Taking away dinging noise in car by buckling seatbelt) o Punishments- Adding a negative thing to stop a behavior o Extinction- Removing reinforcement  Limitations of SRT o Does not consider the role of cognition ▯ ▯ Trans-theoretical Model (TTM)  Stages of Change: o Pre-contemplation  No intention to start exercising  Cons greater than pros o Contemplation  Intentions to start with in 6 months  Cons greater than pros o Preparation  Intentions to start soon  Pros greater than cons o Action  Actually doing it!  Most unstable stage  Pros greater than cons o Maintenance  6 months in, habits are made  Pros greater than cons ▯ ▯ Experimental Processes (Thoughts and feelings)  Conciseness raising  Self evaluation  Dramatic relief  Social Liberation ▯ ▯ Behavioral processes (Environment)  Self liberation  Counter conditioning  Stimulus control  Reinforcement management  Helping relationships ▯ ▯ Social Ecological Models  Looks at the world around us  Individuals are responsible for engaging in healthful behaviors, but other influences on health behavior also exist o Physical environment  What we can do to make change is change the physical environment o Community  System o Micro-system: smallest (family, people we see everyday) o Ecosystem: Extended family o Macro-system: largest  Limitations If we change the physical environment (ex. Add more gyms) will people actually use them


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