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Shuttle box escape and avoidance learning with dogs

Introducing stress to see how they control it

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Learned helplessness effect

A perceived real absence of control in circumstances

3

Learned helplessness occurs when

There is no relation between R and C

4

Learned helpless

experience with non-contingency interferes with learning about contingencies

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What impacts ability to deal with uncontrollable stressors?

Attribution styles

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LH links with....... and examples of how

Depression

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Are depressed people better or worse at predicting contingencies ?

Better

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Depressive realism

Much more accurate idea as to how much control they have in their lives

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Why does optimism make you more likely to be successful?

More risk taking, pathway to success

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Downside to optimism bias

Devaluing of risk (Smoking).

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Dunning-Kruger effect

Cognitive bias wherein people of low ability suffer from illusory superiority, mistakenly assessing their cognitive ability as greater than it is.