Exam 2 Study Guide

Exam 2 Study Guide - Implicit Theories of Learning /...

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Exam 5 Study Guide Chapter 5 Definition of learning Classical conditioning o Pavlov’s study o Unconditioned stimulus (UCS), Unconditioned response (UCR) o Neutral stimulus o Conditioned stimulus (CS), Conditioned response (CR) o Types of conditioning – which pairing of stimuli works best? o Extinction, generalization, discrimination, spontaneous recovery o Aversive conditioning (conditioned taste aversion) Operant conditioning o How different from classical conditioning? o Reinforcement (positive, negative) o Punishment (positive, negative) o Why is punishment not effective? o Shaping, successive approximations o Schedules of reinforcements (continuous, intermittent – fixed ratio, variable ratio,  fixed interval, variable interval) Observational Learning o What makes an effective model? o Attention, retention, reproduction o Bobo doll studies – results o
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Unformatted text preview: Implicit Theories of Learning / Relationships Chapter 6 Structural, phonemic, & semantic encoding Rehearsal, Visual imagery (link method, method of loci) Sensory memory (including echoic & iconic memory) Short-term memory o How long can unrehearsed info stay in memory? o How many are we likely to remember? o Chunking Clustering, Hierarchies, Schemas, Scripts, Semantic Networks Parallel Distributed Processing Types of memories (Explicit semantic, episodic; Implicit) Brain structures & types of memory (hippocampus, cerebellum) Prospective vs. retrospective memory Retrieval (recall vs. recognition) o Context/State-dependent memory, serial position effect Flashbulb memory Memory encoding failure, decay, Proactive vs. retroactive interference Retrograde vs. anterograde amnesia...
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2009 for the course PSYC 107 taught by Professor Hull during the Spring '07 term at Texas A&M.

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