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CLASSICAL HEALTH AND FEAR
Phobias really are a Product of Classical Fitness
Classical Health is Used to take care of phobias
Phobias happen to be developed through classical fitness. Olson & Hergenhahn, (2013) define classical conditioning while " An experimental set up whereby a stimulus is built to elicit a reply that had not been previously linked to that stimulusвЂќ (p. 418). Just as fears are designed through traditional conditioning, it is additionally treated through techniques applying classical health and fitness as well.
GLOBOPHOBIA: DEVELOPING A ANXIETY ABOUT BALLOONS
PRIOR TO CONDITIONING
Loud Noise = unconditioned stimulus (US) - Crying/Fear = unconditioned response (UR) Go up = fairly neutral stimulus (NS) вЂ“ no response (NR)
DURING HEALTH AND FITNESS
Popping go up (UCS & NS) sama dengan Crying/Fear (CR)
Balloon (CS) = Fear/Crying/Phobia (CR)
Globophobia is the anxiety about balloons. Just like most concerns, globophobia is most likely a result of time-honored conditioning. Traditional conditioning happens when a response is definitely paired with a stimulus that naturally happens. In this case, the unconditioned stimulation is a loud noise that produces crying and fear. The neutral stimulation is the go up that alone has no negative response. When the loud noises is introduced with the balloon by it taking, it ends in crying and/or fear. This causes the person to be scared of balloons.
GLOBOPHOBIA: TREATING A FEAR OF BALLOONS
CS вЂ“ CRYSTAL REPORTS CS вЂ“ CR
CS вЂ“ CR CS вЂ“ CR
CS вЂ“ CR CS вЂ“ CRYSTAL REPORTS = Simple Response
CS вЂ“ Reward sama dengan New Conditioned Response
Detail by detail Exposure to CS
For treatment of a phobia, a simple go to method of treatment is surging. With this approach, the conditioned stimulus is presented towards the individual with a phobia repeatedly (Olson & Hergenhahn, 2013). Forced and constant contact with balloons and in many cases...
References: Olson, M. L. & Hergenhahn, B. R. (2013). An introduction to hypotheses of learning (9th education. ). Higher Saddle Lake, NJ: Pearson.