Theoretical perspectives in educational psychology.

Theoretical perspectives in educational psychology.

For this assignment, refer to the following resources only: – A newspaper article published on Houston Chronicle on September 15, 2002 by Stacey Burling (provided below); – Selective Mutism: Practice and Intervention Strategies for Children (also provided below); & – Course textbook. In light of the perspectives from the behavioral theories we covered in this course: – Describe and analyze the condition of selective mutism. Which psychological conditions might be triggering it? – Using Pavlov’s classical conditioning theory, explain how selective mutism may occur in certain environments. Use appropriate terminology. (Conditioned, unconditioned & neutral stimuli etc.) – Based on Pavlov’s classical conditioning theory, how can a classroom teacher help a child with selective mutism?