Behavourist Crossword

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An already existing behaviour, i.e salivation by Pavlov's dog
unconditioned response
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theory that explains how we learn from observation
social learning theory
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giving a reward for the correct behaviour, to encourage more of the same behaviour
positive reinforcement
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drugs used to induce illness when alcohol is consumed and tranquility when it is not
tryptophanmetabolites
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the shaping of behavour using positive and negative reinforcement
operant conditioning
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the behaviourist approach is weak because it puts an emphasis on ________
nurtutre
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The behvaiourist approach is weak because it does not consider free will. It is ___________
deterministic
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The behaviourist approach is strong because it uses experiments to prove changes in behaviour. This makes it _________
scientific
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A method that the Behaviourist aproach uses ___________________
lab experiments
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theory that explains how we learn from observation

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social learning theory

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giving a reward for the correct behaviour, to encourage more of the same behaviour

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drugs used to induce illness when alcohol is consumed and tranquility when it is not

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the shaping of behavour using positive and negative reinforcement

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