psy HW10 - Angela Kramperth Barber HW 10 1. A) In classical...

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Angela Kramperth Barber HW 10 1. A) In classical conditioning, the sight of the picture, or hearing the song or smelling the odor is first the unconditioned stimulus. B) The reaction to the unconditioned stimulus is called the unconditioned response, which is where an emotion, or feeling, or memory comes up in the person that sees, hears, or smells the unconditioned stimulus. 2. Operant conditioning is the learned behavior thought consequences. The city is trying to produce positive reinforcement so that people will carpool more often. The consequence (which in this case is positive) is not having to pay at tolls. The way the city is trying to operantly condition their people is simply by reinforcing carpooling and the people that do that won’t have to pay tolls. 3. I can definitely say from experience that conditioning does work when disciplining children. Some of weaknesses of punishments are the child might start developing irrational fears or certain objects or places because that is what
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course PSY 2012 taught by Professor Lindsey during the Spring '08 term at South Florida Community College.

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