CH 8 learning outline

CH 8 learning outline - CH 8: LEARNING I. II. What is...

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CH 8: LEARNING I. What is learning? II. Classical Conditioning (CC) a. Pavlov’s Discovery b. Components of Classical Conditioning i. Unconditioned Stimulus (UCS or US) ii. Unconditioned Response (UCR or UR) iii. Conditioned Stimulus (CS) iv. Conditioned Response (CR) c. Watson and Rayner: Little Albert d. Processes Involved in Classical Conditioning i. Acquisition 1. Timing 2. Predictive relationship ii. Extinction iii. Spontaneous Recovery iv. Stimulus Generalization v. Stimulus Discrimination vi. Biological Predispositions 1. Biopreparedness 2. Conditioned Taste Aversion (CTA) e. Some Applications of CC i. Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease ii. CTA and Chemotherapy iii. Addictions III. Operant Conditioning (OC) a. Actions and their consequences b. Compare and contrast with CC c. Thorndike and Law of Effect d. Skinner and Operant Conditioning i. Skinnner box (operant chamber) e. Processes Involved in OC i. Shaping 1. Successive approximations ii. Biological Predispositions iii. Discriminative Stimuli
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