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Chapter 6 Notes - Chapter 6 Conditioning and Learning Terms...

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Chapter 6 Conditioning and Learning Terms Learning: relatively permanent change in behavior due to experience Reinforcement: any event which increases the probability that a response will occur again Antecedents: events that precede a response Consequences: events that follow a response Classical Conditioning – Ivan Pavlov A kind of learning in which a previously neutral stimulus comes to elicit a response  through its association with a stimulus that naturally brings about the response CC Terms (Basic) Neutral stimulus (NS): has no affect on the desired response o Bell Unconditioned: Natural and organism doesn’t have to learn this. Unconditioned stimulus (UCS): a stimulus that naturally brings about a response o food Unconditioned response (UCR): response that is natural o Salivation Conditioned: learned or trained Conditioned stimulus (CS): a once NS that has been paired with a UCS and now brings  about a response o bell Conditioned response (CR): a response to a CS
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course PSY 2012 taught by Professor Jenkins during the Fall '07 term at Seminole CC.

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Chapter 6 Notes - Chapter 6 Conditioning and Learning Terms...

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