8-Learning - primary vs secondary reinforcer or punisher...

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Key Learning Terms Classical Conditioning (Ivan Pavlov, 1849 - 1936) unconditioned vs. conditioned stimulus unconditioned vs. conditioned response acquisition, extinction, spontaneous recovery stimulus generalization vs. discrimination conditioned fear (Watson and Rayner, 1920) The Garcia Effect: conditioned taste aversion Operant Conditioning (B.F. Skinner, 1904 - 1990) Shaping, successive approximations positive vs. negative reinforcement generalization vs. discrimination
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Unformatted text preview: primary vs. secondary reinforcer or punisher punishment by removal vs. application continuous vs. partial reinforcement schedule fixed vs. variable schedule ratio vs. interval schedule avoidance conditioning, superstitious behavior extinction, spontaneous recovery intrinsic vs. extrinsic motivation learned helplessness ♦ Cognitive Learning (E.C. Tolman, 1886 - 1959) observational learning and aggression insight, latent learning, cognitive map...
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