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Unformatted text preview: Study Guide 2 Chapters 6-8, 10 Lecture • Gender differences Chapter 6 • Define and understand the concepts relevant to “learning” (p. 206) Learning – a relatively permanent change on behavior and mental processes as a result of practice or experience All leaned behavior or mental processes Also applies to bad habits and prejadices *what is learned can be unlearned* Conditioning – most basic form of learning, the process of learning associations between environmental stimuli and behavioral responses • Define and understand the concepts relevant to “ classical conditioning” (p. 207- 213) • Read and understand the concepts presented in Pavlov’s (Accidental) Discovery (p. 208-210) Here are some specific concepts to know well: * Define and understand the concepts relevant to “Unconditioned Stimulus,” Unconditioned Response,” “Conditioned Stimulus,” and “Conditioned Response” (p. 208) *During acquisition, know how a CS is typically paired with a UCS to establish a strong CR (p.208-210) • Know about John B. Watson’s and Rosalie Rayner’s study with Little Albert (p. 210-211) • Read and understand the concepts presented in Basic Principles (p. 212-213) Here are some specific concepts to know well: * Define and understand the concepts relevant to “extinction” and “stimulus...
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course PSYC 120 taught by Professor Beck during the Fall '08 term at Abilene Christian University.
- Fall '08