2_Learning - Definitions How can we approach studying the...

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Definitions How can we approach studying the biology of learning?
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Definitions How can we approach studying the biology of learning? We need to define what we mean by biology of learning.
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First Question: What is learning?
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First Question: What is learning? 1)A change in behavior
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First Question: What is learning? 1)A change in behavior But not fatigue or injury
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Hess Expt. 1 Wax Seeds
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First Test
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Second Test
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Second Test-After Dark Rearing
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First Question: What is learning? 1)A change in behavior But not fatigue or injury Not simple development
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First Question: What is learning? 1)A change in behavior 2) Must it be a visible change in behavior?
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First Question: What is learning? 1)A change in behavior 2) Must it be a visible change in behavior? No-can be internal—difficult to study except in people
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First Question: What is learning? 1)A change in behavior 2) Must it be a visible change in behavior? 3) Does it require practice?
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First Question: What is learning? 1)A change in behavior 2) Must it be a visible change in behavior? 3) Does it require practice? No— single trial learning can be shown in animals and people
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First Question: What is learning? 2) Must it be a visible change in behavior? 3) Does it require practice? 4) Must it be a result of external experience? No-insight learning—difficult to study even in people
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First Question: What is learning? 3) Does it require practice? 4) Must it be a result of external experience? 5) Does incorrect behavior indicate no learning?
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First Question: What is learning? 3) Does it require practice?
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