criminology

If a treatment program focused on providing models of positive behavior, rewarding positive behavior, and providing consequences for aggressive behavior, which theories would the program be based on?
(Select all that apply.)

strain theory


behavioral theory


social learning theory


biological theory


psychoanalytic theory

A,C?

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  1. I think it's something like social learning theory or behavioral theory. The correct term for what I'm thinking of is classical conditioning, since my mind immediately went to Pavlov. Hope I could help!

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  2. I agree with C, not A.

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  3. it's b and c for anyone who might be looking at this question in 2020

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  4. iamnoone I am from 2020

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  5. Hello anyone who might read this message! We are all floating on a giant space rock, in the middle of an infinite universe and yet you are reading this. Amazing! Have a wonderful day traveler.

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  6. Iamnoone is right, it is social learning theories and behavioral theories. Good luck with your lessons everyone.

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  7. say cheese is right :)

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  8. C and b

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