Ch6.classical.10.8

Ch6.classical.10.8 - Chapter 6: Learning Learning A...

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Chapter 6: Learning
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Learning A relatively permanent change in behavior that results from experience Types of learning Classical conditioning Operant conditioning Observational learning
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Classical Conditioning: Associations between Stimuli How does this happen? How does this happen?
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Think of a personal example Name a food or drink you used to consume but now cannot… OR Think of a place that you are now very uncomfortable being, but weren’t always.
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Now, think of what unpleasant event coincided with that food/drink/place. Food/drink/place Triggering event: Bacteria, accident,  bad news, etc. Consequent: Feeling ill, scared, sad, etc. This thing or place was initially neutral-- no negative associations with it. This relationship is 
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Ch6.classical.10.8 - Chapter 6: Learning Learning A...

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