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Shaping And Chaining, Reinforcement Schedules, And One-Trial Learning

Shaping And Chaining, Reinforcement Schedules, And One-Trial Learning

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Read the instructions in the University of Phoenix Material: Shaping and Chaining, Reinforcement Schedules, and One-Trial Learning and select one option to complete the assignment. You can choose from the following options:

  • Option 1: Health and Sports Psychology Proposal

Format your assignment in accordance with APA Guidelines.  Please refernece at least two peer reviewed journal articles.

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University of Phoenix Material

Shaping and Chaining, Reinforcement Schedules and One-Trial Learning

Select and complete one of the following assignments:

Option 1: Health and Sports Psychology Proposal

Option 1: Health and Sports Psychology Proposal

Prepare a 10-minute proposal for a research project demonstrating how sports psychologists can teach sport coaches to employ shaping and chaining, reinforcement schedules, or one-trial learning techniques (choose only one) to improve the technical skills of the athletes they coach. Limit your discussion to a single skill in a single sport.

Address the following in your proposal:

· Hypotheses

· Methodology

· Population

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