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Why do we have phobias?
Transcript of Why do we have phobias?
We shall read:
Pages 128-129 ANYA; JASMINE: MALYUN: LEQUESHAAAAAAAAAAAA
Classical conditioning and phobias
Read pages 130-131: LEQUESHA; JASMINE; MALYUN;ANYA
Social Learning Theory and Phobias
Let us read and learn:
pg132-133 Jasmine, Anya, Malyun, Lequeshaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Give two reasons why we are likely to imitate our parents
What does 'vicarious reinforcement' mean?
Gary is scared of crows. So is his father. Use SLT to explain why.
All: Learn about: classical conditioning; association; generalisation; social learning theory; vicarious reinforcement; evolution; preparedness; nature and nurture (C Grade)
Most:Learn how the theories explain phobias ( BGrade)
Some:Evaluate which is the best explantion (A Grade)
Write out Pavlov's experiment in terms of classical conditioning
Write out Albert's fear of the rat using classical conditioning
What does the neutral stimulus become after classical conditioning?
What does 'generalisation' mean?
Phobias and preparedness
Reading time: Malyun, Lequeshaaaaaaaaaaaaar, Jasmine, ANya
According to preparedness theory should a child be more afraid of cars or rats? Why?
The noise of the wind frightens some people. Why?
Why must fear be partly genetic if preparedness is correct?
Read! Anya, LEqueshaaaaaaah, Jasmine, Malyun
How does preparedness support both sides?
Work at home!
Read pages 138-141 and answer all questions