Learning Group A
Amanda Rivera, Rita Myers, Tyrone Williams, Kat Meeks
April you, 2013
College or university of Phoenix, arizona
Instructor- Ms. Amy Donaldson
Les Parrott, (2003). Counselling and Psychiatric therapy 2E, Ch. 12 Tendencies Therapy, recovered on Mar 30, 2013 from https://ecampus.phoenix.edu/content/eBookLibrary2/content/eReader.aspx?assetMetaId=8078ccbb-bae2-4e0a-9d43-19a4426d5fac&assetDataId=055457eb-a34e-44cf-b713-0d6a6551c13e&assetpdfdataid=b3c35b9a-64d4-42c3-a8a2-d2b5d9199fe5 This resource explains a few of the necessary habit tools that numerous Human Support professionals value to change modify or continue specific behaviours. A few these include Positive Encouragement, Modeling, Interpersonal Modeling, Extinction, and Unconditioned stimulus and response. Also included in this resource are details of how they are used and the reason for picking or using that particular tool. Deibert, Alvin And.; Harmin, Alice J. (1974). New tools for changing behavior, gathered on 03 30, 2013 from http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/detail?accno=ED113348 The article discusses the basics of behavior encouragement and customization. The article explains that tendencies change may be achieved through usage of even more human methods such as coping skills, encouragement, and reward systems to develop change. This post summarizes developmental, cognitive and psychological methods that a person goes through in which behavior modify is bound to happen and describes how as children all of us gain and develop the various tools necessary for changing over long periods of time versus brief periods of time. Kat Meeks
Abramson, L. Sumado a., Alloy, T. B., & Rosoff R. (1981). Major depression and the Generation of Complicated Hypothesis inside the...
Bibliography: Amanda Rivera
Les Parrott, (2003)
Deibert, Intestinal N.; Harmin, Alice L. (1974). New tools pertaining to changing behavior, retrieved in March 40, 2013 coming from http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/detail?accno=ED113348
This article discusses the basics of tendencies reinforcement and modification
Rutherford, M. M. (Sep. 2011). The Sociable Value of Self-Esteem. Contemporary society, 407-412.