Abstract Stigma and discrimination toward obese persons are pervasive and pose numerous consequences for their psychological and physical health. Despite decades of science documenting weight stigma, its public health implications are widely ignored. Instead, obese persons are blamed for their weight, with common perceptions that weight stigmatization is justifiable and may motivate individuals to adopt healthier behaviors.
So far, we have discussed four effective teaching strategies for people with intellectual disabilities ID, formerly mental retardation. However, these effective teaching strategies did not develop by happenstance. Applied Behavioral Analysis rests on a solid foundation of research.
This research has investigated how humans and animals learn. It comprises a large body of literature known as behavioral psychology. The ABA approach utilizes two, well-researched learning theories. The ABA does not require great intellectual ability in order for learning to be successful.
In its most basic form, ABA is very simple and common sense. It rewards a person for making a correct choice. Incorrect choices are ignored, or not rewarded.
Therefore, students learn by making simple associations between cause and effect.
With repetition, a student learns to associate a correct action with a reward. As such, this correct choice will be repeated. An incorrect action does not earn a reward. When not rewarded, behaviors begin to slowly fade away. This process is known as extinction. Here is the basic approach for ABA: First, complex tasks or behaviors are broken down into smaller steps.
For instance, suppose a student needs to learn to raise his hand before speaking in a classroom. This might be broken down into five steps: Skills are systematically introduced in small steps. As one small skill is mastered, the next step is introduced.
Students learn by making simple associations between cause and effect. If they respond correctly for that step, they are immediately rewarded. If they respond incorrectly, nothing happens. This process is known as chaining.
Billy Suppose Billy has learned the first step. The first step is simply to raise his hand. He talks while his hand is raised because he hasn't learned step two yet. Now step two is introduced. Billy will not receive a reward when he raises his hand and is talking.
At first, he will be puzzled by this. He previously earned a reward for raising his hand. He may be instructed to stop talking and will receive a reward when he does. Alternatively, he might raise his hand without talking by sheer coincidence.
He would immediately receive a reward. Step two is learned because once Billy discontinues speaking and chattering while his hand is raised, he will immediately receive a reward.
This step is repeated until Billy can consistently raise his hand while remaining silent. Then he will begin practicing the next step and so on. This continues until the entire behavioral chain is mastered.Signal detection analysis (d′) on the acquired accuracy data has shown that both normal- and overweight participants were able to better discriminate truthful actions when performed by the normal-weight as compared to overweight actors.
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