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Unformatted text preview: 7-8 wed. 10threview session in the same roomLearningA process that results in a relatively permanent change in an organisms behavior or behavior potential due to experienceClassical ConditioningoA basic form of learning in which the occurrence of one stimulus or event predicts the occurrence of another stimulusoA neutral stimulus that signals an unconditioned stimulus begins to produce a response that anticipates and prepares for the unconditioned stimulusBehaviorismoEmphasized observable dataoJohn Watson father of behaviorismAssociation where learning happensWe learn by associationoOur minds naturally connect events that occur in sequenceAssociative LearningoLearning that two events occur togetherIvan Pavlov1849-1936Russian physician / neurophysiologistNobel Prize in 1904Studied digestive secretionsUnconditioned Stimulus (UCS)Stimulus that unconditionally automatically and naturally triggers a responseUnconditioned Response (UCR)Unlearned, naturally occurring responseConditioned Stimulus (CS)Originally irrelevant stimulus that, after association with an unconditioned stimulus,...
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