Modeling<br />Try the tasks on page 229.<br />Modeling is powerful!<br />Peers are generally the best models<br />Age, SES, appearance<br />Show the behavior and it’s effects when modeling<br />Elements of Style by Strunk and White<br />Use multiple models<br />This is a form of social influence – you see lots of people doing something – you might be more likely to do it.<br />Use rules as well<br />Show the model following those rules and benefitting.<br />
More on stimulus control<br />Physical guidance<br />Combine with fading!<br />Situational inducement<br />We have already learned how to behave in given situations<br />Use the situations to your advantage<br />Modifying your environment<br />You don’t want people to smoke in your home – remove the ashtrays<br />Put condoms in the nightstand rather than the bathroom<br />Change the environment in terms location to select for new responses<br />Having an argument? Start the discussion in a public place rather than at home. Reduce yelling and screaming.<br />
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