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CHAPTER 5: LEARNING AND BEHAVIORISM Learning: Habitation: Classical Conditioning: unconditioned stimulus: unconditioned response: conditioned stimulus: conditioned response: basic principals- acquisition: extinction: spontaneous recovery: generalization: discrimination: Cognitive element of expectation: Evolutionary elements: survival (food aversions): adaptiveness: 1
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CHAPTER 5: LEARNING AND BEHAVIORISM biological preparedness: Operant Conditioning: instrumental behaviors: puzzle box: law of effect: reinforcer: positive: negative: punishment: positive: negative:
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Unformatted text preview: Four schedules of reinforcement: A. 2 CHAPTER 5: LEARNING AND BEHAVIORISM B. C. D. Which produces highest rate of behavior? Which produces the most consisted behavior? Which is the hardest to distinguish? Shaping- Dalmation v College Student: Superstitious behavior: Neural elements- (pleasure centers) 1. 2. 3. 4. Means-end relationship: Latent learning: Cognitive maps: Observational learning: Bobo Doll experiments: 3 CHAPTER 5: LEARNING AND BEHAVIORISM Observational learning: Implicit learning: 4...
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