Strafreize

English translation: (conditioned) aversive stimuli

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German term or phrase:Strafreize
English translation:(conditioned) aversive stimuli
Entered by: Susan Welsh

13:42 Aug 8, 2014
German to English translations [PRO]
Social Sciences - Psychology / functional analysis of behavioral therapy
German term or phrase: Strafreize
Yoman [2008] empfiehlt einen funktionsanalytischen Prozess in 7 Schritten, um das Bedingungsgefüge eines Problemverhaltens situationsnah und detailliert zu erschließen und daraus gezielte Interventionen abzuleiten. Dieses Gefüge wird schematisch anhand eines Flowchart dargestellt. So könnte sich beispielsweise erst bei genauerer Betrachtung herausstellen, dass ein unerwünschtes Verhalten primär deswegen persistiert, weil die sinnvolle Verhaltensalternative an **Strafreize** gekoppelt ist.

criminal? illegal? But I find it online with reference to training of dogs by negative reinforcement!
Susan Welsh
United States
Local time: 23:03
(conditioned) aversive stimuli
Explanation:
As Phil seems averse to posting (too many bad stimuli in the past on this site?)
http://psychology.jrank.org/human-behavior/pages/cmxyrsozbj/...
Source term in plural, consequently this proposal also.
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/aversive stimulus
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Lancashireman
United Kingdom
Local time: 04:03
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Thanks Andrew. Phil, we all know you get annoyed. Next time, just ignore the message please. I spent half an hour researching the term before posting. I got confused because I've done a lot of translations where "Straf--" is used in the context of the criminal justice system, including forensic psychology. I get annoyed when people who don't know me think I'm a fool.
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(conditioned) aversive stimuli


Explanation:
As Phil seems averse to posting (too many bad stimuli in the past on this site?)
http://psychology.jrank.org/human-behavior/pages/cmxyrsozbj/...
Source term in plural, consequently this proposal also.
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/aversive stimulus

Lancashireman
United Kingdom
Local time: 04:03
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 51
Grading comment
Thanks Andrew. Phil, we all know you get annoyed. Next time, just ignore the message please. I spent half an hour researching the term before posting. I got confused because I've done a lot of translations where "Straf--" is used in the context of the criminal justice system, including forensic psychology. I get annoyed when people who don't know me think I'm a fool.

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agree  philgoddard: Maybe I should just answer and get the points, but it annoys me when people post questions without researching them properly first.
30 mins

agree  Anne Schulz
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