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Self managment presentation

  1. 1. EATING AT HOME TO SAVE MONEY Psychology 671 Courtney June Dr. Malott 8.11.11
  2. 2. Problem I was eating food from restaurants several times a week and spending too much money.
  3. 3. Competing Contingencies Will not have to cook Will not have to clean dishes Easier More time to  study  socialize  sleep
  4. 4. Natural Competing ContingencyBEFORE BEHAVIOR AFTER Have N Eat a meal Have N+1 hours to at a hours to study restaurant study
  5. 5. The SM Intervention Target behavior: Eating at a RestaurantIntervention: Lose $2 for meals eaten out after already having eaten out that week  Contingencies: analog to a penalty contingency Deadline (SD): n/a PM manager: Lori June Start Date: June 13, 2011 End Date: August 11, 2011
  6. 6. Ineffective Natural Contingency BEFORE BEHAVIOR AFTERHave given Eat one meal Have amount at a infinitesimally of money restaurant less moneyThe outcome was too small to control my behavior,though eating out many times has a cumulativesignificance on a bank account
  7. 7. Performance-ManagementContingencyBEFORE BEHAVIOR AFTERWon’t lose Eat one meal Will lose $2 on at a $2 on Monday restaurant Monday
  8. 8. Direct Acting Contingency Does not Eat a meal Does fearfear losing at a Losing $2 restaurant $2
  9. 9. 5 Weeks at a Glance Cum. Behavior: Meals I Baseline SM Recycle Eat from a Restaurant 4 3 2 Goal Line 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8Starting Date:June 13, 2011 Weeks
  10. 10. Target Behavior GraphCum. Behavior Meals I Eat Weeks at a Glance Baseline Goal line Recycle 14 SM 12 at Home 10 8 6 4 2 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Starting Date: June 13, 2011 Weeks
  11. 11. Benefit Measure Graph Baseline SMMeals from a Restaurant 4Cum. Behavior of Eating 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Weeks
  12. 12. Problems During Intervention Not always enough time to go grocery shopping Ineffective contingency  $2 penalty was not large enough
  13. 13. Recycle The $2 penalty contingency was ineffective Increased penalty to match the cost of the meal  If meal was $6, penalty was to pay performance manager $6 (Including performance management)
  14. 14. My Results I found the recycle phase to be more effective Paying my performance manager the amount that matches the price of the meal was more aversive than the simple $2
  15. 15. My Comments Between you and me, I will not continue this project any longer. It was nice being able to save money by limiting myself to one restaurant-meal a week. BUT, it was so annoying. Especially when I would not finish homework until later in the evening and was too tired to cook.
  16. 16. THANK YOU!! Any Questions or Comments?

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