Cognitive Psychology - Learning The Human Behavior
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- Students will have a good understanding on what affect our behavior .
- Students will be able to understand the science ,theory and research behind behavioral psychology .
- Have an interest in human behaviour .
- An open mind to learn .
- Have an interest in behavioural psychology .
Behavioral psychology teach students about the history of behavioural psychology, common psychological behavioral problems , their evolution and way to recondition behaviour . This course introduces students to the fundamental principles of behavior analysis, like classical conditioning and operant conditioning .
In this course, we cover five core areas of Behavioural Psychology:
1) Behavioural Psychology Introduction .
2) Understanding Human Behaviour .
3) Consequences and Behaviour .
4) Conditioning and Human Behaviour .
5) Rewiring Human Behaviour - Establishing new habits .
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- Anyone that is interested in learning the psychology of human behaviour .
- Students that is taking behavioral psychology in college .
In this lecture , you will be learning the "what about " behavioural psychology and also the 6 main principles that form behaviorism .
In this lecture , you will be learning the history of behaviour psychology ,such as the famous psychologist Ivan P. Pavlov and also Edward Lee Thorndike , the founder of the puzzle box .
Scientist used the evolutionary approach to study behaviour and psychology is order to answer different questions about a certain behaviour. Charles Darwin’s evolutionary theory provides the framework for thinking about human behaviour.
In this session you be learning about the definition of phylogeny and ontogeny .
By understanding the Abraham Harold Maslow's hierarchy , we are able to understand why human being behave in certain way in certain stages in life.
Consequences are outcomes (negative or positive) of a person’s action.
We all know that the nature of penalty holds the power to practically make sure we behave in the appropriate way .
There are two types of consequences that you will need to be concerned with: natural and logical.
Both of these types can be positive or negative. To help you get a handle on what each type means, I’ll define them and give both a positive and negative example.
John Watson proposed that the process of classical conditioning (based on Pavlov’s observations) was able to explain all aspects of human psychology.Everything from speech to emotional responses was simply patterns of stimulus and response.Watson denied completely the existence of the mind or consciousness
B.F. Skinner (1938)founded operant conditioning.
Operant conditioning means changing of behavior by the use of reinforcement which is given after the desired response.
Skinner identified three types of responses or operant that can follow behavior.
The puzzle box is the laboratory device that E. L. Thorndike invented in order to study instrumental or operant conditioning in cats. He placed a cat in the puzzle box, which was encourage to escape to reach a scrap of fish placed outside. Thorndike would put a cat into the box and time how long it took to escape. The cats experimented with different ways to escape the puzzle box and reach the fish.
According to Freud's sigmund the founder of this model the id is part of the mind that contains sexual and aggressive drives and hidden memories, the super-ego operates as a moral conscience(on shen), and the ego is the realistic part that mediates between the desires of the id and the super-ego.
Although each part of the personality comprises unique features, they interact to form a whole, and each part makes a relative contribution to an individual's behavior.
This system is founded by Dr.fogg., an expert in the psychology of persuasion and founder of the Persuasive Lab at Stanford University .
Dr. Fogg’s habit model is tested, over 30,000 students .His research on human behavior concluded that only 3 things change behavior in the long term: