CONDITIONING AND LEARNING

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CONDITIONING AND LEARNING 28/08/2008 14:43:00 FOUNDATION OF CONDITIONING Aristotle- Laws of Association -Frequency -Intensity -Contiguity-closely in time or frequency Rene Descartes- Concept of Reflex  –body as a machine BRITISH EMPIRICISM -philosophy all things are acquired through  sense/experiencing self in it John Locke- “tabula rasa” doctrine-no such things divine rights of kings people  are born with a blank slate David Hume-  S-S building blocks Robert Whytt-  physiology of reflexes IVAN PALOV was a person over digestive glands worked with dogs lectures on conditioned reflexes esphageal fistualia-hole in stomach and went through stomach and drop to tube  if unplugged saliva and food gastula-gastula juices and food PALOV IDEAS ON REFLEXES two kind if reflexes (s r) wired in reflexes (born with /occur naturally) -salivation,gag,orienting,limb withdrawl -occur unconditionally unconditional reflexes (US -->UR) PSYCHIC REFLEX  (aquire depends on situation) -appear after specific experience
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-associating new reflexes with old ones ex: footsteps with salivating after first food then salvating
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2009 for the course PSYCH 1 taught by Professor Fridlund during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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