What is the bystander effect?
The bystander effect is the idea that the more people are around during a violent outbursts, the least likely anyone will be to intervene. In a group people are reluctant to take the lead particularly when it comes to violence.
What did Pavlov's study prove?
Pavlov's study involved ringing a bell and then giving a dog a treat. This was repeatedly done. Eventually the scientist rang the bell and did not give the treat. It was observed that the dog would drool. This proved in some capacity that reactions to things are created. For example, if the bell rang, the dog didn't coincidentally want the treat. The dog began to associate the treat with the bell. Hence, our reactions to things are based on associations we have been taught both directly and indirectly.
What are a few components that need to be included in a Behavior Intervention Plan?
Behavior Intervention Plans are created in order to help a student succeed in the classroom. Behavior intervention plans are not; -Bribes -Just a token economy Behavior Intervention Plans are meant to help the child find a replacement behavior and work towards the desired behavior. For that reason they must have the following -Problem Behavior -Desired Behavior/Outcome -Replacement Behavior -Teaching the Behavior -Prevention -Consequences (Positive and Negative)