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It’s not enough just to point out flaws in experiments

1) As scientists, it’s not enough just to point out flaws in experiments. We always need to think about how experiments could be improved. Considering the built in confound of the hypothetical experiment, what could we do to improve the experiment’s methodology to eliminate the confounding variable of exercise? Alternatively, come up with another confound that you think could influence the results and describe how you could design the experiment to avoid the influence of that confound.

2) Share an example of an advertisement/commercial/product that you think is making use of the conditioning principles developed by the behaviourist John Watson. Think of a case in which the company is trying to evoke a feeling in a consumer, so as to better sell their product

3) Many of our views of why people behave in certain ways are based on common myths that we are raised with. Take a moment to reflect on some common views of human nature. Can you think of another example of an illusory correlation that people often believe in?

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ow how to accept help and support to develop the tools needed to progress. As she cried, I reassured her if she tried working with TSS she had nothing to lose but a lot to gain from their intervention. Discussing this in supervision I raised at the moment Miss X broke down, I automatically assumed the role as a problem solver, I had to ‘fix’ Miss X’s problems, learning from this module highlighted my reaction to problem solve can be viewed within the ‘Drama Triangle. In this scenario, I can view Service Users’ as the ‘victim’ and have myself in the role of the ‘rescuer’ (Burgess, 2005). Adopting the role as ‘rescuer’, is sometimes necessary in times of crisis however discussing this in supervision, I reflected that this can compound the power imbalance between worker and service user. To be empowering my role should be to encourage Miss X to engage with services that support her to develop her tools and resources that is if a crisis arises again she can draw on her own positive coping strategies to manage thus enabling her to achieve better outcomes for herself [Huston 2015] Miss X began working with a Psychologist from TSS, to ensure all professionals involved were working consistently and coherently a multidisciplinary case review was convened. This was a very positive experience of multidisciplinary working an information sharing with the view of improving outcomes for Miss X. From this all professionals involved including myself gained an understanding of the effect Miss X’s attachment disorder had on her ability to communicate her thoughts, feelings and emotions. Before Miss X could focus on gaining the tools and strategies required to master independent living, she needed support to develop her emotional framework. McCreave (2004) argues that once a person becomes traumatised everything else in life becomes secondary to them, if Social Work fails to recognise the impact of trauma, it may fail to recognise the reasons why Service Users may not engage or may not accept supports or services. As a practitioner, I had to rethink my intervention, whilst Miss X was in this period of crisis with heightened anxiety, it was not only unrealistic expecting her to complete independent living skills but it was compounding her anxiety therefore a different approach had to be adapted. I adapted person centred techniques in conjunction with elements of Motivational Interviewing and pro-social modelling. I felt using scaling questions when Miss X displayed certain behaviour worked well in helping her to make the links between identifying how she was feeling and enabling her to link this with the emotion with the behaviour she was displaying. As this work progressed, I began to change the type of questions I asked. I wanted

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