PsychNotes112Learning - Learning What is learning Reinforcement(increases likelihood a response will occur Antecedents(what comes before the response

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Learning What is learning? Reinforcement (increases likelihood a response will occur) Antecedents (what comes before the response) Consequences (what follows the response) Operant vs. classical conditioning Classical conditioning Key relationship between stimuli Unconditioned response and neutral stimulus Leads to conditioned response Principles of classical conditioning Timing (conditioned stimulus before unconditioned stimulus) Higher-order conditioning Using old conditioned stimulus as a new conditioned stimulus to train a new response Changing conditioned response Extinction When a previously conditioned response decreases in frequency and eventually disappears Spontaneous recovery Re-emergence of an extinguished conditioned response after a period of rest (but without pairing CS with UCS again) Stimulus generalization When a conditioned response follows a stimulus that is similar to
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