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Introduction to Psychology Class 11: Learning 1 Myers: 224-255 July 5, 2006
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Types of Learning A relatively permanent change—owing to experience—in the behavior of an organism Observational learning is learning from others’ experience and examples - Imitation Associative learning is the learning that certain events occur together - Two stimuli thunder – lightning mom – food - Behavior and consequence naughty punished fire burned parents, peers, media
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Overview Classical conditioning Operant conditioning Observational learning Pavlov Watson Thorndike Skinner Bandura Two stimuli Every response has a consequence Watch and learn CONCEPT TERMINOLOGY PIONEERS
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Observational Learning Learning by observation and imitation Also called modeling - Similar, successful, desirable Children - Play behavior, gender roles, cuss words, smoking, TV Adults - Jargon, fashion, ideas, TV Copycat incidents
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Research Animal research
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