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Things to know 2 - Psychology 101-Sect 4 Things to Know...

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Psychology 101—Sect. 4 Things to Know About #2 Fall 07 Learning (Chapter 6 and Class Notes) A definition of learning Nature vs. nurture Classical (Pavlovian) conditioning “Psychic reflexes” Unconditioned stimulus (UCS) Conditioned stimulus (CS Unconditioned response (UR) Conditioned response (CR How conditioned responses are learned Examples of conditioned responses Conditioning of emotional responses Extinction in classical conditioning Spontaneous recovery Generalization The case of Little Albert Stimulus discrimination Higher-order conditioning B. F. Skinner and operant conditioning Behavior is controlled by its consequences Reinforcement Skinner box Schedules of Reinforcement Shaping behavior Extinction in operant conditioning Resistance to extinction Stimulus control and discrimination Primary reinforcement Secondary reinforcement What are schedules of reinforcement? Positive reinforcement Negative reinforcement Positive vs. negative punishment Cognitive learning: Characteristics (Class)
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