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What is learning

What is learning - I What is Learning A Hilgard Bower a...

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I. What is Learning? A. Hilgard & Bower a. Learning refers to the change in a person’s behavior to a given situation brought about by his repeated experiences in the situation, provided that the behavior change cannot be explained on the basis of native response tendencies, maturation, or temporary states of the subject B. Three Major ways to Learn a. Classical Conditioning: (Pavlonian Conditioning) i. Unconditioned Stimulus 1. Stimulus that naturally elicits a response ii. Conditioned Stimulus 1. Stimulus that does not naturally elicit a response 2. Pairing with a UCS must be done to acquire the ability to evoke a response iii. Unconditioned Response 1. Response that is naturally elicited by the unconditioned stimulus iv. Conditioned Response 1. Response that is evoked by the conditioned stimulus (looks the same as the unconditioned response on the surface) v. What do you need for classical conditioning to occur?
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