Better and healthier ways of remanding a child is talk to them, and if that doesn’t work you can resort to punishing them. Parent’s see spanking as a way of dealing with their children’s bad behavior, but what they don’t see is that their teaching kids that violence will resolve their problems. Spanking may also cause children emotionally stress. It makes children feel they are not loved and there is something wrong with them. Spanking, frankly doesn’t resolve the problem of kids lashing out.
The aim of RET is to restructure these irrational thoughts into positive and rational ones to make the person feel better about themselves. This is done by disputing the self defeating belief and showing the patient how their negative thoughts are causing their distress. Albert Ellis proposed RET as a way of treating anxiety problems, depression and anger management. He identified the A, B, C model – A = activating event, for example a friend doesn’t say hi to you in the street, B = belief system – the person believes that their friend doesn’t like them anymore and c= consequences – the person now has irrational thoughts and thinks they are worthless because their friend ignored them. The patient believes that A causes C but the therapist’s job is to show them that B – their irrational thoughts cause C – their mental distress.
Dr. Hart indicates that the result of unhealthy stress and anxiety can often come from human beings trying to take things to fast at a pace that can affect a person negatively. Dr. Hart encourages people to slow down and take the time focus on aiming towards a tranquil life by using natural tranquilizers that are formed in our own bodies that can promote a calmness and relaxation. Dr. Hart further explains the result of anxiety, coming from an absence of significant brain neurotransmitters, which are known as the
This means their anxiety levels increase, so they keep repeating the compulsive behaviour to reduce anxiety. Trevidi (1996) found people suffering with OCD had low confidence in their own memory. Their non-verbal memory is impaired, although their verbal memory was normal. This maintains OCD because the person is constantly repeating the compulsive behaviours, lowering their anxiety, making it more likely that this behaviour will be shown again in the future. This is then acting as a negative reinforcement.
Skinner believed that positive reinforcement should be immediate to ensure the effect on the behaviour so children associate the positive reward with good behaviour. Positive reinforcement was believed to be able to help children with anger management, the praise they received when behaving in the desired way was rewarded causing the person with anger management to behave positively. The child would be given a reward system for behaving in the positive behaviour. Behaviourist may work in the social setting with autistic children, on the autistic spectrum children tend to avoid eye contact. Behaviourist may reward the child for at first looking in the general direction of the person speaking, moving onto looking at the person who is speaking.
Yesenia Duque CDEC 1354 Annotated Bibliography Article 1 Charles Fay PH.D, Helping Aggressive Toddlers and Preschoolers; Love and Logic Summary When a child is aggressive at an early age they can still be helped. When the parents don’t attend them the way they need then the child will continue in the negative behavior. The children will only get worse if the parent ignores them. Spanking doesn’t help the children’s behavior, what helps it the way the parents react to the children’s behavior. The love and warmth from a parent will show and let the child know that the parent cares about their will being and that they do notice the way that they act.
Operant conditioning displays addicts change their behaviour in response to changes in the environment, such as rewards and punishments. Susceptibility of a person in behavioural models assume that a person would be most susceptible to addiction during both the initiation phase (initial rewards can shape future behaviour) and the maintenance phase ( because continued rewards can maintain behaviour). The behavioural model also assumes that all individuals are equally susceptible to developing an addictive behaviour, however if a person managed to give up their addiction, relapse might be less likely if they have 'unlearned' the addictive behaviour. During maintenance within the behavioural theory of addictive behaviour, it has been observed that burst firing Dopamine activity occurs in addicts not just when drug activity is taking place but instead before the consumption begins. For instance it has been observed that Cocaine addicts’ reward systems respond when merely put in a particular situation surrounding their addiction, likewise similar findings have been found in cigarette users, e.g., Dopamine neurons firing in response.
These categories are Intrusive, Avoidant, and Hyperarousal. Intrusive means reliving or re-experiencing the traumatic events. This can happen through flashbacks of the event, such as combat flashbacks, nightmares, such as a dream of being trapped in a burning building, and even feeling anxious as if you are back in the traumatic situation. It is believed that the trauma survivors reacts the way they do to stressful situations because they are reminded or the traumatic event. Survivors might be too worried about safety even in situations where there is more than adequate safety.
Bullying is an attempt to instil fear and self-loathing. Being the repetitive target of bullying damages your ability to view yourself as a desirable, capable and effective individual. Persistent bullying may have a number of negatives effects on an individual initially, but the lasting problems have only yet begun to develop and will continue to do so. Peer rejection can wound young kids emotionally for good. Feelings of inadequacy can generate not only depression and loneliness, but a lifelong tendency to emotional problems.
This will affect he victims’ household a great deal because it will enlighten youth who are currently living in unhealthy/abusive households to recognize that this abrupt behavior is not normal and is illegal. The support of these programs will also help to groom and prepare youth for when they are ready to sustain a healthy mature relationship to be able to distinguish right from wrong and will also bring about less intervention from the courts. By youth being enlightened of the do’s and