Complete the multiple
choice questions.
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Lesson Objectives
By the end of the lesson you …
• Must be able to evaluate (Ao2) the Little
Albert study.
• Should be abl...
BPS Ethical Concepts (1990)
• Informed consent
of participant
• Right to withdraw
• Debriefing
• Deception
• Observation
•...
• C
• D
• C
• D
• W
• P
AN
O
AN’T
O
ITH
ARTICIPANTS
• C
• D
• C
• D
• W
• P
ONSENT
ECEPTION
OMPETENCE
EBRIEFING
ITHDRAWAL
ROTECTION
Strength Weakness
Describe The Learning Approach
Describe Classical Conditioning
Describe the Elements of CC
Describe Aversion Therapy
Evalu...
Review Tasks
Using tasks /resources
like:
• Revision cards
• Mindmaps
• Read / Cover / Write
• Story boarding
• Past Exam ...
• Must be able to evaluate (Ao2) the Little
Albert study.
• Should be able to evaluate (Ao2) the Little
Albert study in re...
Complete the
worksheet
following your
flipped activity.
Get page 16 ready for
todays lesson.
Lesson Objectives
By the end of the lesson you …
• Must be able to describe (Ao1) what operant
conditioning is and how it ...
Approach
Theories
Studies
Methods
Learning Approach
Classical Conditioning
Aversion Therapy
Operant Conditioning
Skinner
Food = reinforcer
Shock = punishment
Conversion Task
Describe how operant conditioning was
discovered giving at least one example
demonstrating how animals mig...
Punishment Reinforcer
Decrease chance of
undesirable behaviour
Increase chance of desirable
behaviour
Positive
the additio...
If you complete this
then consider how you
could create the same
behaviour in a different
way. Eg. If it is a PP
how could...
Conversion Task
Define each of the following terms in relation to
operant conditioning and give an example of
each.
– Rein...
1. You decide to clean up your mess in the
kitchen in order to avoid getting in a fight
with your roommate.
2. You wear yo...
• Must be able to describe (Ao1) what operant
conditioning is and how it was discovered.
• Must be able to identify (Ao1) ...
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Week 3 Little Albert and Operant Conditioning Introduction
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Week 3 Little Albert and Operant Conditioning Introduction

  1. 1. Complete the multiple choice questions.
  2. 2. www.jamiesflipped.co.uk @jamiesflipped
  3. 3. Lesson Objectives By the end of the lesson you … • Must be able to evaluate (Ao2) the Little Albert study. • Should be able to evaluate (Ao2) the Little Albert study in relation to ethics. • Should be able to evaluate (Ao2) classical conditioning in relation to Little Albert. Page 26-29
  4. 4. BPS Ethical Concepts (1990) • Informed consent of participant • Right to withdraw • Debriefing • Deception • Observation • Protection of participants • Colleagues • Confidentiality • Competence When conducting research psychologists should adhere to these.
  5. 5. • C • D • C • D • W • P AN O AN’T O ITH ARTICIPANTS
  6. 6. • C • D • C • D • W • P ONSENT ECEPTION OMPETENCE EBRIEFING ITHDRAWAL ROTECTION
  7. 7. Strength Weakness
  8. 8. Describe The Learning Approach Describe Classical Conditioning Describe the Elements of CC Describe Aversion Therapy Evaluate Aversion Therapy Describe the Little Albert Study Evaluate the Little Albert Study
  9. 9. Review Tasks Using tasks /resources like: • Revision cards • Mindmaps • Read / Cover / Write • Story boarding • Past Exam Questions Consider : • Little Albert APRC • Little Albert Eval. • Classical Conditioning key terms • Aversion Therapy Eval. • Learning Approach assumptions.
  10. 10. • Must be able to evaluate (Ao2) the Little Albert study. • Should be able to evaluate (Ao2) the Little Albert study in relation to ethics. • Should be able to evaluate (Ao2) classical conditioning in relation to Little Albert.
  11. 11. Complete the worksheet following your flipped activity. Get page 16 ready for todays lesson.
  12. 12. Lesson Objectives By the end of the lesson you … • Must be able to describe (Ao1) what operant conditioning is and how it was discovered. • Must be able to identify (Ao1) elements of OC. • Should be able to apply (Ao2) operant conditioning to new situations to explain behaviours. Pg. 16-18
  13. 13. Approach Theories Studies Methods Learning Approach Classical Conditioning Aversion Therapy Operant Conditioning
  14. 14. Skinner
  15. 15. Food = reinforcer Shock = punishment
  16. 16. Conversion Task Describe how operant conditioning was discovered giving at least one example demonstrating how animals might learn a behaviour through operant conditioning. Pg. 16 / 5 minutes
  17. 17. Punishment Reinforcer Decrease chance of undesirable behaviour Increase chance of desirable behaviour Positive the addition of something / doing something. Negative the removal of something / stop doing something Adding something after an undesirable behaviour to decrease the chance of replication. E.g. Hitting a child after a bad behaviour Adding something after a desirable behaviour to increase the chance of replication. E.g. Reward of chocolate after good behaviour. Removing something after an undesirable behaviour to decrease the chance of replication. Eg. Taking a mobile off a child after bad behaviour. Removing something after a desirable behaviour to increase the chance of replication. Eg. Stop shouting at a child when they behave.
  18. 18. If you complete this then consider how you could create the same behaviour in a different way. Eg. If it is a PP how could you use a NP? Review Task For each of the 7 examples on your sheet: 1. State what type of punishment or reward it is an example of (PR,NR,PP, NP). 2. Describe WHY you have concluded this.
  19. 19. Conversion Task Define each of the following terms in relation to operant conditioning and give an example of each. – Reinforcer – Punishment – Positive Reinforcement – Negative Reinforcement – Positive Punishment – Negative Punishment Pg. 17-18 / 10 minutes
  20. 20. 1. You decide to clean up your mess in the kitchen in order to avoid getting in a fight with your roommate. 2. You wear your favourite baseball cap to class, but are reprimanded by your instructor for violating your school's dress code. 3. A teenage girl stays out for an hour past her curfew, so her parents ground her for a week. 4. At work, you exceed this month's sales quota so your boss gives you a bonus.
  21. 21. • Must be able to describe (Ao1) what operant conditioning is and how it was discovered. • Must be able to identify (Ao1) elements of OC. • Should be able to apply (Ao2) operant conditioning to new situations to explain behaviours.
  22. 22. www.jamiesflipped.co.uk @jamiesflipped
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