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Skinner student activity sheet

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The sheet that goes with the Skinner GCSE ppt.

Skinner - GCSE AQA

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ppt with activities embedded. A student activity sheet goes with it.

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!

Anonmalistic AO1 practice superstition

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Behaviourist explanation superstition response here for studens to decide if it is worth 5 marks. Mark scheme on handout. Students decide mark and any improvements. If it helps I think we said it was a 3/4 student may wish to explain they know what the term operant conditioning means.

Skinners Pigeon Clip for Psychopathology Powerpoint

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This is  the skinner video clip that should be embedded in the Psychopathology (abnormality) powerpoint. Add it to the appropriate slide.

Behaviourism

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Powerpoint covering the perspective

Behaviourist Perspective

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A PowerPoint outlining the history and application of behaviourism.

OCR PPT 2 of 10 Psychology of education

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Psychology PPT 2 of 10, goes with 1 of 10 and my course booklet. Tasks referred to can be found in booklet. Looks at Piaget, Bruner, Vygotsky, Skinner and  Watson.

Operant Conditioning Overview

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This was created for Unit 4, VCE psychology, but is a good summary of the key elements of Operant Conditioning.

Learning approach classical conditioning, operant conditioning social learning

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a presentation explaining the classical conditioning, operant conditioning and social learning in a humouristic way but very comprehensive way.

Behaviourist Perspective Powerpoint

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Introduction to the Behaviourist Perspective - used with Level 3 students on OCNW syllabus

Shaping - those rats don't teach themselves y'know

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An often neglected side of Skinners work. It revolutionised psychology by industrialising research: get your lab assistant to train a bunch of rats, then you can run a room full of experiments all at once. You write it up and get the kudos, the lab assistants do all the smelly work. The lab assistant's contribution was key, but unsung. They had to create the behaviour that was then manipulated. This took longer than classical conditioning (typically less than a dozen associations, depending on

Eddie in Skinner box

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Eddie the rat shows how a Skinner box works  

Skinner and teaching machine

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Behaviourism gone mad: look out we're all out of a job ... oh no, we're all still here - must not have happened!

Pigeons playing ping pong

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A good example of Skinner's research into positive reinforcement

Foundations: Skinner

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Professor Bloom opens with a brief discussion of the value and evolutionary basis of unconscious processing. The rest of this lecture introduces students to the theory of Behaviorism, particularly the work of prominent behaviorist, B. F. Skinner. Different types of learning are discussed in detail, as well as reasons why behaviorism has been largely displaced as an adequate theory of human mental life.

Skinner, Behaviorism and Your Superstitious Beliefs

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This video shows how B.F. Skinner used reinforcement principles to create "superstitions" in pigeons.  The same principles, he claimed, were responsible for superstitious beliefs in humans. 

Why Are You Superstitious?

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This video shows students how superstitions are created from a behaviorist's point of view. Footage from rat experiments are combined with video from YouTube make for a fun video from The Psych Files podcast (www.thepsychfiles.com).

Superstitions

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How do superstitions begin? Why do, for example, many baseball players preform certain rituals while at bat? Perhaps you've got your own lucky charms or curious behaviours you're not aware of. What does all this have to do with your bowling style? Find out in this episode of The Psych Files podcast.

Skinner's Pigeons

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A short video of Skinner and his pigeons playing ping pong. The one on the right wins. I hope I didn't spoil it.

Operant Conditioning

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Skinner interview showing operant conditioning with pigeons. Discusses schedules of reinforcement.

An idea by Melanie

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My idea is ... use a recent episode of The Big Bang Theory to illustrate operant conditioning. Series 3, episode 6 - The Gothowitz Deviation has Sheldon giving Penny chocolate every time she beha ...

An idea by Eileen Richardson

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My idea is ...I got my student to make Skinner boxes. We used cardboard boxes from packs of A4 printer paper. Students were told that their boxes were to be aimed at lazy pet owners whose pets could ...

An idea by Nicole Read

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My idea is ...when doing conditioning with GCSE get them to make a Skinner box! I did this with a group of lower level learners and they loved it! it was themed the mystery lesson. They came in and we ...