Behavioral Psychology
What Is Operant Conditioning and How Does It Work?
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Classical Conditioning vs. Operant Conditioning Have you ever wondered how our behaviors are learned? Meet Ivan Pavlov and B.F. Skinner, two behavioral
Behavioral Psychology
Writing Therapy for Troubled Teens
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Writing-with-At-Risk-Youth Teachers, Counselors, and Other Colleagues — We are happy to provide information for you on this web site about our approach
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The Psychology Behind Motivation
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What is the Psychology behind Motivation So we all know what motivation is in the sense of we know when we have it and we simply don'
Behavioral Psychology
Statistics on Teen Suicide, Drugs, and Violence
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Teenagers, Medication and Suicide Continue reading the main story IS our culture of relentless achievement and success driving our young people to suicide?
Behavioral Psychology
Positive Punishment and Operant Conditioning
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Positive Punishment: What Is It And How It Works? Positive punishment! Sounds a perfect oxymoron. But how can a punishment be positive? How can you even
Behavioral Psychology
How Behavioral Therapy Is Used in Psychology
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What Is Behavior Therapy, and Why Is It Important? The connections between our thoughts and our actions are powerful. We often don’t realize or fail to
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Fixed-Interval Schedule and Operant Conditioning
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Reinforcement Schedules and How They Work  Verywell / JR Bee  Operant conditioning is a learning process in which new behaviors are acquired and modified
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How to Help Teens Who Cut Themselves
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Teens, Cutting, and Self-Injury: Causes, Signs, and Prevention Amanda (not her real name) was feeling overwhelmed. Her parents were preoccupied with financial worries.
Behavioral Psychology
What Is Social Facilitation?
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Social Facilitation Theory The idea of Social Facilitation Theory can be best understood as the tendency of people to perform better when they are being
Behavioral Psychology
What Is Passive-Aggressive Behavior?
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What Is Passive-Aggressive Behavior? During World War II, when soldiers wouldn't follow officers' orders, experts described them as “