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    environment” (Jones & Creedy, 2008, p. 68) Behaviourists usually explain learning in relation to classical and operant conditioning John B. Watson (1878-1958) Argued if psychology was to be a science, it must concentrate on observable behaviour “Little Albert” study (Watson & Raynor, 1920), showed that...
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    BTEC NATIONAL DIPLOMA UNIT 8 – Phychological Perspectives for Health and Social Care APPLYING PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE P1) Explain the principal psychological perspectives: * Describe how the principles of classical conditioning can explain why a patient...
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    getting rewarded they are more likely to copy the good behaviour. Operant conditioning can also be used to help people with addictions along with classical conditioning,for example in alcohol and drug addiction. Operant conditioning is also used in pain management and in social skills training. It...
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  • Btec Unit 8,P1 Health and Social
    UNIT 8-P1 Describe the application of behaviorist perspectives in health and social care. In this task I will discuss the application/part of behaviorist perspectives in health and social care. Behaviourist approach In Psychology learning is seen as a change in behaviour caused by an experience...
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  • Behaviourist and Social Learning
    principles of behaviour; habituation, classical and operant conditioning and lastly social learning in regards to patient education. Walker et al (2007) suggest that there are four types of learning identified by the behaviourists. Each of these theories is highly relevant to healthcare particularly...
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  • Psychology in Health Care
    ://www.simplypsychology.org/pavlov.html Accessed on 14/11/2012 McLeod, S. A. (b) (2007). B.F. Skinner | Operant Conditioning. Available from http://www.simplypsychology.org/operant-conditioning.html Accessed on 14/11/2012 Psychology in the context of Health and Social Care (n.d) Available from http...
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     In this assignment I have look at two main psychological perspectives, behaviourist and social leaning and I have given examples, of how they are used to help to the service user of health and social care services. Classical conditioning- Pavlov was a Russian scientist who firstly...
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  • Unit 8 Health and social care
    Whitehouse 2007) (B) Describe the application of behaviourist perspectives in health and social care. According to Stretch and Whitehouse (2007) we can apply classical conditioning to everyday life. This is very good for explaining fears of phobias. The term neutral stimulus can be paired to any type of un-conditioned stimulus which then ...
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    the exact same response just as the unconditional response used to. Skinner Skinner is a behaviourist psychologist that came up with a behavioural approach, which can be applied to cases within the health and social care. Skinner’s theory of operant conditioning where he came up...
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  • Educational Psychology
    emotional, social, vocational, educational, health-related, developmental, and organizational concerns. Counseling psychology differs from clinical psychology in that it is focused more on normal developmental issues and everyday stress as opposed to severe mental disorders. Counseling psychologists...
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  • Unit 8: Psychological Perspectives
    stimulus, produced a conditioned (learned) response just as the unconditioned response used to” (Stretch, B. and Whitehouse, M. (2010) Health and Social Care: Book 2. Essex: Pearson Company). For example, a patient when he sees a needle for injection, the patients associate the needle with an...
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    care will then be chosen and explored in more detail, comparing and evaluating the perspectives different approaches to health and social care provision for Maggie. [M2, D1] [P2] There are numerous health care approaches related to the Psychological perspective of Classical Conditioning, one of...
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  • Psychology task 1
    behaviourism: Parenting, Prisons, Mental health wards, Schools and Nurseries and a Rehab clinic. Classical conditioning is useful because you can use it in a health and social care settings for example you can use it for Systematic desensitisation otherwise known as phobia treatment an example of...
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    the time are sending messages to others people directly or indirectly. Application of relevant theories in health and social care. - Classical conditioning theory. - Communication cycle theory (Osgood and Shramm theory). - Learning theory. - Social learning theory (constructivism). 1.1...
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  • Psychologist Perspectives
    D1 All psychologist perspectives can be used in Health and Social Care. In this essay I will be discussing each one, telling you about the strength and weaknesses in the perspectives and how they can be applied. Behaviourist- This perspective is based on observable changes in behaviour...
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  • How Society Views Mental Health Changed over Time
    School of Health and Social Care Psychology of Health and Illness unit Observational record template What happened Initial thoughts Whilst at work I saw the nurse take bloods from a patient which was a monthly routine for the patient it has always gone ok and the patient has been fine...
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    time hospitalization. 9. Discuss the development and foci of (a) prevention programs and (b) positive psychology. How are they related to the community mental health approach? - The community mental health approach has given a rise to the mental health care prevention. Prevention of psychological...
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    COMMUNICATION IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE INTRODUCTION: This discussion explores the communication process by looking at theories, skills and strategies of communication in health and social care sector. It is also going to look at the barriers in communication and also how the problems could...
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    -7b4yhdSk Part B Behaviourism Behaviourism is based on the assumption that learning occurs through interactions with the environment. Classical conditioning is a learning process that occurs through associations between an environmental stimulus and a naturally occurring stimulus. Operant...
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    COMMUNICATION IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE INTRODUCTION: This discussion explores the communication process by looking at theories, skills and strategies of communication in health and social care sector. It is also going to look at the barriers in communication and also how the problems could...
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