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*  Paul T. P. Wong
Wong's integration of existential psychology with positive psychology resulted in Existential Positive Psychology, which ... Wong, P. T. P. (1977). A behavioral field approach to instrumental learning in the rat: I. Partial reinforcement effects and ... In 1970, he earned his Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Toronto. Wong's career straddles two domains: psychology and ... Wong, P. T. P. (2011). Positive psychology 2.0: Towards a balanced interactive model of the good life. Canadian Psychology, 52( ...
*  Professional practice of behavior analysis
An offshoot of the community reinforcement approach is the community reinforcement approach and family training. This program ... psychology, special education, regular education, speech-language pathology, communication disorders, school psychology, ... One efficacious approach is the community reinforcement approach. The community reinforcement approach has considerable ... Clinical Psychology Review, 11, 465-485 Patterson, G.R.; Reid, J. & Eddy, J.M. (2002). A brief history of the Oregon Model. In ...
*  Dual process theory
Whether the focus be on social psychology or cognitive psychology, there are many examples of dual process theories produced ... and gradual implicit tuning through reinforcement (i.e. implicit learning), and it accounts for many previously unexplained ... In psychology, a dual process theory provides an account of how thought can arise in two different ways, or as a result of two ... In cognitive psychology, attention and working memory have also been conceptualized as relying on two distinct processes. ...
*  Behavior management
Azrin, N. & Lindsley, O. (1956). The reinforcement of cooperation between children. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, ... Skinner calls this "Positive Reinforcement Psychology". Rogers proposes that in order to effectively address behavior problems ... Reinforcements are when you try to increase behavior, either positively or negatively. If you use positive reinforcement, you ... Sharing is another prosocial behavior influenced by reinforcement. Reinforcement is particularly effective at least early in ...
*  Reinforcement sensitivity theory
Biological basis of personality Extraversion and introversion Personality psychology Reinforcement Trait theory Corr, Phillip ( ... and reinforcement learning. Reinforcement sensitivity theory is one of the major biological models of individual differences in ... Reinforcement sensitivity theory (RST) proposes three brain-behavioral systems that underlie individual differences in ... Larsen, R. J., & Buss, D. M. (2009). Personality Psychology: Domains of Knowledge about Human Nature. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill ...
*  Uses and gratifications theory
... substitution of media for companionship Personal Identity or Individual Psychology: Value reinforcement or reassurance; self- ... Using this sociologically-based theory has little to no link to the benefit of psychology due to its weakness in operational ... Psychology of Entertainment. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Knobloch, ... doi:10.1111/j.1468-2958.1987.tb00129.x. Busselle, R.; Bilandzic, H (2009). "Measuring narrative engagement". Media Psychology. ...
*  Bandwagon effect
Psychology portal Sociology portal Bandwagoning Communal reinforcement Crowd psychology Groupthink Herd behavior List of ... A study by Albert Mehrabian, reported in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology (1998), tested the relative importance of the ... Sherif, M. (1936). The psychology of social norms. New York: Harper Collins. D. Stephen Long; Nancy Ruth Fox (2007). Calculated ... Mehrabian, Albert (1998). "Effects of Poll Reports on Voter Preferences". Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 28 (23): 2119- ...
*  Shaping
In psychology, shaping (psychology), is the reinforcement of successive approximations to train a type of behavior. In ...
*  Collective consciousness
... effervescence Collective identity Collective intelligence Collective unconscious Communal reinforcement Crowd psychology Deep ... Culture and Psychology, 13(1), 39-81. Burns, T.R. Engdahl, E. (1998) The Social Construction of Consciousness. Part 1: ... Greenwood The Disappearance of the Social in American Social Psychology 2004, p. 110 Tsoukalas, I. (2007). Exploring the ...
*  Dog training
... psychology) Reinforcement Reward system Dog behaviorist Millan 2010, p. 33. Braslau-Schneck, Stacy (1998). "An Animal Trainer's ... Typical positive reinforcement events will satisfy some physiological or psychological need, so it can be food, a game, or a ... Negative reinforcement occurs when a dog discovers that a particular response ends the presentation of an aversive stimulus. An ... 2005). "Operant Psychology Goes to the Fair: Marian and Keller Breland in the Popular Press, 1947-1966". The Behavior Analyst. ...
*  R+
... may refer to: Positive reinforcement in behavioural psychology R+, a commercial variant of the R programming language R+ ...
*  Animal training
Operant conditioning - The development of discriminative stimuli (SDs) Reinforcement Shaping (psychology) Pryor, Don't Shoot ... Reinforcement should be provided according to a predetermined schedule. Such a schedule of reinforcement specifies whether all ... called negative reinforcement. Positive reinforcement techniques such as petting, kind words, rewarding of treats, and clicker ... Negative reinforcement Occurs when a behavior is followed by the removal of an aversive stimulus, which causes the occurrences ...
*  Dishabituation
Psychology portal Adaptive behaviors Operant conditioning Perceptual learning Reinforcement Steiner, Genevieve Z.; Barry, ... Comparative Cognitive Psychology , UCLA Psychology Department. "High intensity exercise as a dishabituating stimulus restores ... Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. 25 (3): 369-393. doi:10.1016/j.appdev.2004.04.006. ISSN 0193-3973. This article ...
*  Newton Summer Adventure
It's going to a corporation that's doing this for profit," Wallace said.[9] Clay Routledge, a doctoral student in psychology, ... commented that monetary reinforcements for summer school would decrease intrinsic motivation for learning.[10] Busing problems ...
*  Clark L. Hull
Scriven, Michael (1961). "An overview of stimulus-response reinforcement theory". Psychology. Needham Heights: Allyn & Bacon. ... In 1929 he was called to the Institute of Psychology at Yale University as a research professor of psychology where he worked ... In 1930, he came to several conclusions about psychology: the first was that he believed that psychology is a true natural ... Reinforcement of a response to a behavior supplies an effect that satisfies a need. In other words, this satisfaction of needs ...
*  Self-esteem
Behaviorism placed the human being as an animal subject to reinforcements, and suggested placing psychology as an experimental ... Psychology Press, 1999. ISBN 1-58391-028-X. Online via Google Book Search. James, W. (1892). Psychology: The briefer course. ... ISBN 978-0-00-724795-0. Smith, E. R.; Mackie, D. M. (2007). Social Psychology (Third ed.). Hove: Psychology Press. ISBN 978-1- ... Branden, N. (1969). The Psychology of Self-Esteem. New York: Bantam. Branden, N. (2001). The psychology of self-esteem: a ...
*  Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking
... psychology Trait theory Reinforcement sensitivity theory Gifts Differing: Understanding Personality Type Glor, Jeff ( ... Peterson, Christopher, "A Quiet Positive Psychology / A quiet positive psychology would be a scientifically reasonable one" ( ... Various schools of psychology define introversion differently. Cain's definition is that introverts have a preference for a ... Appignanesi, Lisa, "Best psychology books of 2012" (Archived December 4, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.) The Guardian/The ...
*  Operant conditioning chamber
The Role of Reinforcement and Punishment". Psychology (3rd ed.). Macmillan. pp. 278-80. ISBN 978-1-4641-5528-4. Brembs, Björn ... Dennis Coon (2005). Psychology: A modular approach to mind and behavior. Thomson Wadsworth. pp. 278-279. ISBN 0-534-60593-1. ... Behaviorism Radical Behaviorism R.Carlson, Neil (2009). Psychology-the science of behavior. U.S: Pearson Education Canada; 4th ... The results of this experiments inform many disciplines outside of psychology, such as behavioral economics.[citation needed] ...
*  Depressive realism
Lobitz, W.C.; Post, R.D. (1979). "Parameters of self-reinforcement and depression". Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 88: 33-41. ... Rozensky, R.H.; Rehm, L.P.; Pry, G.; Roth, D. (1977). "Depression and self-reinforcement behavior in hospitalized patients". ... Sacco, W. P. & Hokanson, J. E. (1982). "Depression and self-reinforcement in a public and private setting". Journal of ... Langer, E.J. (1975). "The illusion of control". Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 32: 311-328. doi:10.1037/0022- ...
*  Selective exposure theory
Psychology portal Attitude polarization Communal reinforcement Echo chamber Filter bubble Group polarization Low-information ... Leon Festinger is widely considered as the father of modern social psychology and as an important figure to that field of ... Social psychology, specifically, includes research with a variety of situational factors and related psychological processes ... New York, NY: Psychology Press. Fischer, Peter; Kastenmüller, Andreas; Greitemeyer, Tobias; Fischer, Julia; Frey, Dieter; ...
*  Nathan Azrin
". "A Community Reinforcement Approach to Addiction Treatment". "The Psychology of Criminal Conduct". "The Job-Hunter's ... Any indirect reinforcement is controlled by ensuring all members of a client's family are present for therapy sessions, so that ... In 1955 Azrin received his PhD in Psychology under the supervision of BF Skinner. After he completed his PhD, Azrin did two ... In the 1970s he worked with Mark Godley and George Hunt on the development of the Community Reinforcement Approach (CRA), ...
*  Behavior analysis of child development
They focus on Reinforcement sensitivity theory, which states that some individuals are more or less sensitive to reinforcement ... In 1948, Sidney Bijou took a position as associate professor of psychology at the University of Washington and served as ... In addition to loss of reinforcement, the loss of contingency between behavior and reinforcement can also lead to depression ... In addition, use of positive reinforcement has been shown to improve symptoms of depression in children. Reinforcement has also ...
*  Human behavior
... ecology Human communication Human ethology Human sexual behavior Masculine psychology Mathematical principles of reinforcement ... Annual Review of Psychology, 58, 345. Triandis, H. C. (1994). Culture and social behavior. McGraw-Hill Book Company. WYER, R. S ... Spilka, B., & McIntosh, D. N. (1996). The psychology of religion. Westview Press. Tangney, J. P., Stuewig, J., & Mashek, D. J ... Human behavior is studied by the specialized academic disciplines of psychiatry, psychology, social work, sociology, economics ...
*  Risk-sensitive foraging models
Pubols, Benjamin (1962). "Constant versus variable delay of reinforcement". Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology ...
*  Learned industriousness
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 15(3), 285-294. Schwartz, B. (1982). Reinforcement-induced behavioral stereotypy: ... the exertion of high effort on a difficult task paired with low levels of reinforcement (intermittent reinforcement) will ... Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 111(1), 180-185. Brandon, T. H., Herzog, T. A., Juliano, L. M., Irvin, J. E., Lazev, A. B., & ... Negative reinforcement is the removal of an aversive stimulus after a behavior that increases the frequency of that behavior. ...
*  Togliatti State University
Theoretical and Applied Psychology, Theory and Practice of Teaching Foreign Languages, Theory and Practice of Translation. The ... reinforcement of ferroconcrete structures, testing of construction materials; technology of new composites, and utilization of ... Early Childhood Pedagogy and Psychology, Journalism, Sociology, History and Philosophy, Russian Language and Literature, ...
*  Cognitive musicology
Within cognitive psychology, among the most prominent researchers is Diana Deutsch, who has engaged in a wide variety of work ... Gold, B. P.; Frank, M. J.; Bogert, B.; Brattico, E. (2013). "Pleasurable music affects reinforcement learning according to the ... Recording engineer turned music psychologist Daniel Levitin talks about the psychology of music in an up tempo, informal, and ... ISBN 978-0-262-03338-1. Deutsch, Diana (1999). The Psychology of Music. Boston: Academic Press. ISBN 978-0-12-213565-1. Patel, ...