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-1 Test Two in Class Review Notes Test on Conditioning, Memory, Intelligence, and Testing Conditioning Stimulus-Stimulus = classical Stimulus-Response = operant Involuntary = classical Voluntary = operant Biological pre-dispositions: things unique to species because of environment that make it easier or harder to learn. (classical) = TASTE AVERSIONS with RATS Know Skinner, Pavlov, and cat box guy. Operant: Reinforcement and Punishment Positive = good outcome Negative = bad outcome **Examples** Extinction = no response because no reinforcement Shaping = teaching a complex response through reinforcement. Latent learning = learned by accident, not really on purpose Observational learning = learn by viewing others. For example, a snake phobic monkey in a regular monkey population = whole population becomes phobic. Memory Sensory, Short term, Long term Sensory = brief quick transient, holds onto a stimulus long enough just to process (iconic=visual, echoic=auditory) holds whole sensory moment
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course PSY 301 taught by Professor Pennebaker during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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