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Reward Need Model powerpoint

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I borrowed this powerpoint from someone else on this site and adapted it by adding more research and some other activities.

PSYA3: Intelligence - Classical Conditioning

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This has some work from another uploader on here, so thank you for the original slides! I have adjusted and added to them so that they fit the AQA-A spec for intelligence, looking at animal intelligence: classical conditioning.

Edexcel AS learning approach classical conditioning

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A work sheet to use in conjunction with the power point. Describes the main features of classical conditioning using Pavolov's dogs as an example.

Edexcel AS learning approach classical conditioning

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Power point to describe the main features of classical conditioning. Covers definitions of the key terms. Designed to be used in conjunction with the classical conditioning work sheet.

Behavioural model fill in the gaps

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I initially created this for my Yr 13 students- but may try it with my Yr 12. It is a consolidation exercise of the 3 main behavioural theories, where studernts have to fill in the gaps (Answers are also given). For stretch and challenge I got the more able students to apply the three concepts to explain initiation, maintenance and relapse in smoking behaviour

Edexcel GCSE Topic D Why do we have phobias Intro and classical Conditioing

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Edexcel GCSE Topic D Why do we have phobias - Intro and Classical Conditioing

Starter for classical conditioning recap (GCSE Edexcel)

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10 quick questions recapping classical conditioning for GCSE.

PSYB1 Behaviourism Ppt

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Everything for the behaviourist approach - including law of effect, operant and classical conditioning, Watson and Rayner and evaluation points. NOTE: Lots of animation, open ppt fully to see!

Classical conditioning through stories - GCSE

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Worksheet wuth key terms and definitions plus extension activities to go alongside the Powerpoint.

Classical conditioning through stories for GCSE

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Got this idea from the ATP last year (Aiden Harvey-Craig) - so thank you!! Presenting the concept of classical conditioning through a love story (I've used students from my class to keep their attention!) - after hearing the story they need to match key terms with features from the story. Pavlov's story follows and they do the same.

Behaviourist explanations of addiction

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Robins study summary with space for development of evaluation for students to complete.

Behaviourist explanations of addiction

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Simple role play cards. Students pick one of the classical/operant/SLT cards (at random) then one of the example addictions (also at random) and then have to act it out in small groups.

Behaviourist explanations of addiction

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This is just three made up case studies/scenarios for students to try and explain from classical/opperant/social learning perspectives. Should work well as an intro/starter.

Classical conditioning activity - put on tables

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Resources from the MMU PGCE session at the 2011 ATP Conference.

Criticising classical conditoning GCSE atypical behaviour

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Slides to explain the criticisms of CC for OCr GCSE atypical behaviour

classical conditoning worksheet GCSE

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Worksheet to describe the key parts of classical conditioning

OCR GCSE atypical behaviour - classical conditoning

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Slides to introduce classical conditioning, I got the cildren to demonstrate it on each other by blowing down a straw into a person's eye

DSE212 Theories of Learning

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DSE212 Theories of learning

Edexcel GCSE phobias classical conditioning and slt worksheets

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based on the edexcel textbook

Edexcel Unit 2 Learning Approach Workbook

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Covering half of the learning approach course inc classical & operant conditioning, Little Albert, treatments/therapies and key issue (video game violence and aggression)

Pavlov's Dog - Interactive Game

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An interactive and visual way of showing students classical conditioning process used by Pavlov.

Classical conditioning

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A Scientist (Zimbardo) talking about Ivan Pavlov and classical conditioning.

Classical conditioning basics

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Computer animation of the steps in Pavlovs dog experiment to demonstrate classical conditioning

Classical condition in The Office

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A clip from the excellent American version of The Office. Jim conditions Dwight to salivate at the sound of his computer. I use this whenever I teach conditioning as its funny, and you can get the students to identify the CS, UCR etc. Shame the quality is a bit rubbish though..

Classical Conditioning - Ivan Pavlov

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This is a brilliant clip with Philip Zimbardo introducing classical conditioning with original video footage of the Pavlov experiment

Air gun psychology demonstrating classical conditioning

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Thanks to Vaughan over at mindhacks for posting this.  Short video demonstrating classical.conditioning...you could do a (less painful) version of this in class

Pavlov's Cats - Eddie Izzard

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Hilarious sketch by Eddie Izzard.  Great to show students after teaching behaviourism.

Classical conditioning for personal amusement

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Funny clip that demonstrates how classical conditioning works in everyday life on real human beings that students can identify with! Very funny and obviously excellent for teaching :) (good starting point for talking about the ethical issues associated with classical conditioning too!)

Concept learning in pigeons

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Pigeons are trained to distinguish between Picasso and Monet.

The Pavlov Altoid Theory

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Based on the Pavlov’s Dog Theory, Jim offers Dwight a seemingly innocent altoid every time his computer reboots and makes the patented bell sound. Jim continues this for weeks and waits for the perfect time to strike.

Conditioned reflexes and behavior [electronic resource]

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Thanks to mindhacks who directed me here: http://ahp.apps01.yorku.ca/?p=821 which leads to the clip URL.  Original footage attempting to sow the difference between conditioned and uncontined responses in humans and animals. 6 clips https://catalogue.wellcome.ac.uk/record=b1667632~S3

Pavlov's Bar two and half men

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Used in my powerpoint on addiction and learning but really just a good joke about classical conditioning.

Funny take on Classical Conditioning

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Watch as Bryan is classically conditioned with a noise and a bb-gun. Not exactly a controlled experiment but could work as a humorous take on Classical Conditioning.

Classical Conditioning Cartoon

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Good explanation of Classical conditioning in cartoon form.

Self Harm

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Cut Up Kids - as three young self harmers face potentially life changing events, they reveal why and how they harm themselves as we follow their desperate attempts to stop cutting. A sensitive BBC 3 documentary.

Classical Conditioning

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More dogs getting classically conditioned. Lots of drooling and salivating.

Preoperational conservation child

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Piaget pre-operational conservation child

Classical Conditioning Animation

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Classical Conditioning - Very basic concepts. Created by the Learning Innovations & Academic Development Department at George Brown College.

Little Albert

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John Watson's "Little Albert" experiment Designed to demonstrate Watson's theory of pure behaviourism - i.e. human behaviour is entirely formed through classical conditioning, and as infants humans are nothing more than blank disks.

An idea by Wendy Jones

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My idea is ... Can your students make the dog drool on demand? A great exercise to use as a whole class or cut and paste the URL on to your VLE. Enjoy. ...

An idea by Elisabeth Brookes

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Radio 4 broadcasted a programme "The Criminal Mind" on Monday. It explains the latest research on the biological approach to criminal behaviour. It lloks at the effects of neglect and violence in e ...

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