AS Week 2 Aversion Therapy and Little Albert

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  • 1. Complete the worksheet on Classical Conditioning
  • 2. www.jamiesflipped.co.uk @jamiesflipped
  • 3. Lesson Objectives By the end of the lesson you … • Must be able to describe (Ao1) a aversion therapy. • Should be able to evaluate (Ao2) aversion therapy. • Should be able to apply (Ao2) classical conditioning to a new situation. Page 18-19
  • 4. Approach Theories Studies Methods Learning Approach Classical Conditioning - Aversion Therapy Frawley and Smith (1992)
  • 5. Aversion Therapy a behavioural treatment A treatment based on the principles of classical conditioning
  • 6. Classical Conditioning – Pavlov
  • 7. Aversion Therapy (UCS) Emetic Drug Vomiting (UCR) (NS) Alcohol + (UCS) Emetic Drug Vomiting (UCR) (CS) Alcohol Vomiting (CR)
  • 8. Aversion Therapy (UCS) Emetic Drug Vomiting (UCR) (NS) Alcohol + (UCS) Emetic Drug Vomiting (UCR) (CS) Alcohol Vomiting (CR)
  • 9. Peter has had a drinking problem for 18 months. He has attempted stop drinking on several occasions using rehab and his own willpower which has not been successful. He has been referred to you to discuss the use of behavioural therapies to support his recovery. Describe the use of aversion therapy using Peter as an example throughout. [4]
  • 10. Evaluation of Aversion Therapy + Can help alcoholics when used alongside another treatment. + Based on sound psychological principals - Effects may not be permanent. – Association between alcohol and vomiting may fade over time if the person drinks alcohol without taking the emetic drug. - Ethical issues – Distressing, patient lacks control.
  • 11. Peter has had a drinking problem for 18 months. He has attempted stop drinking on several occasions using rehab and his own willpower which has not been successful. He has been referred to you to discuss the use of behavioural therapies to support his recovery. Give Peter both the advantages and disadvantages to using this type of therapy. [8]
  • 12. • Must be able to describe (Ao1) a aversion therapy. • Should be able to evaluate (Ao2) aversion therapy. • Should be able to apply (Ao2) classical conditioning to a new situation.
  • 13. Complete the matching exercise. Get page 26 ready for todays lesson.
  • 14. Lesson Objectives By the end of the lesson you … • Must be able to describe (Ao1) the study of Little Albert. • Should be able to evaluate (Ao2) the study of Little Albert. • Should be able to apply (Ao2) the Little Albert study to support classical conditioning theory.
  • 15. Approach Theories Studies Methods Learning Approach Classical Conditioning Little Albert (1920)
  • 16. A • Aim • What did they hope to find? What was their research question? What theory is the study attempting to support? How is it going to support it? P • Procedure • What did they do? How did they do it? Who did they do it to? When did they do it? R • Results • What did they find out? What data did they collect? C • Conclusion • What does this mean? Did the results support the aim? Do the results support the theory the study is based on? Page 26-29
  • 17. Strength Weakness
  • 18. • Must be able to describe (Ao1) the study of Little Albert. • Should be able to evaluate (Ao2) the study of Little Albert. • Should be able to apply (Ao2) the Little Albert study to support classical conditioning theory.
  • 19. www.jamiesflipped.co.uk @jamiesflipped