What is classical conditioning?
Unassociated stimuli can produce reflexive behavior
Learning by association (Pavlov's dog)
Unconscious determined behavior overrides conscious determination
Consequence of behavior can affect future behavior
What is positive reinforcement?
Pleasant consequence follows a response
Part of operant conditioning
What is negative reinforcement?
Withdrawal of unpleasant stimulus to increase likelihood of response (also called escape)
What is omission?
Like a time out
Removal of a pleasant stimulus
What is punishment?
Presenting an unpleasant stimulus (like voice control)
What is observational learning?
Behavior imitation observed in a social context (from others)
What is the goal of behavior guidance?
Ease fear and anxiety while promoting oral health
What are the four essentials of communication?
The context in which message is sent
What is the goal of distraction?
Decrease perception of unpleasantness
Avert negative or avoidance behavior
what is successive approximation?
Successive steps to condition the child to accept intervention
What are some examples of advanced behavior guidance?
GDA lecture 8