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Doctor insights on: Example Of Operant Conditioning

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Is any difference in effectiveness of behavior modification and operant conditioning for weight loss?

Is any difference in effectiveness of behavior modification and operant conditioning for weight loss?

Done right both work: Operant conditioning is a form of behavior modification. Behavior modification is based in part on these basic principles: if someone receives what is considered a reward after engaging in certain behavior, that behavior will be strengthened or occur more often. If someone receives no reward, that behavior will weaken or occur less often. It is up to you to set up what behaviors get what rewards. ...Read more

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Can intense daily exercise and self conditioning (for example auto suggestions) removes all ADHD symptoms? I'm 34 and can't focus more than 45min.

Can intense daily exercise and self conditioning (for example auto suggestions) removes all ADHD symptoms? I'm 34 and can't focus more than 45min.

both help: But it is unlikely that it will remove all symptoms. I would recommend talking to your doctor about medication in combination with exercise and auto-suggestion treatments. ...Read more

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Pls give me example of processed diet and what it means?

Pls give me example of processed diet and what it means?

See below: A processed diet is one where you do not make your food from scratch and a manufacturer makes it. You are less likely to get preservatives and other additives if you make your food from scratch. ...Read more

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Is having an ivc in-situ an example of an "invasive procedure"?

Is having an ivc in-situ an example of an "invasive procedure"?

Insertion is: Insertion of the ivc is an invasive procedure yes. In situ just means it is there - often will be stated that way in imaging. ...Read more

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Is stimlulus-response example of how behavior reinforcement works?

Is stimlulus-response example of how behavior reinforcement works?

Classical v. Operant: Stimulus-response theory relates to pavlovian or classical conditioning (think about the experiments with food, a bell, and salivation). Behavioral reinforcement is a part of what is called operant conditioning (sometimes called "instrumental conditioning). A behavior is strengthened by a reinforcer provided in response to the desired behavior. To learn more, read about "conditioning.". ...Read more

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Body contouring and conditioning class?

Body contouring and conditioning class?

Good combination: It is important to achieve a stable body weight before undergoing body contouring. Conditioning classes are an excellent way to achieve this and maintain the results. ...Read more

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Could you give me an example of holistic healthcare?

Could you give me an example of holistic healthcare?

Theory vs. Practice?: In theory, wholistic takes into account that health/disease is beyond body issues. As embodied souls connected to a mind, complex+fragile brain controlling a complex+fragile body with millions of orders/sec, issues of health/disease are integrated at all levels, not just body ; not just reactions to body issues/handicaps/pain. Unfortunately, in my experience, most offered is low quality/simplistic. ...Read more

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Can i lose my boobs from doing softball conditioning ?

Can i lose my boobs from doing softball conditioning ?

Breast Tissue: Breast tissue is a combination of fat and gland tissue. If you are overweight, some of the fat may be lost from your improved fitness, but the glandular tissue will be unaffected. If you are of normal weight, there should be little change. ...Read more

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What is an example of quackery and self-fulfilling phophecy?

What is an example of quackery and self-fulfilling phophecy?

Suggestibility: If you are told that if you pray long and hard good things will come your way. Soko gokai. ...Read more

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