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Introduction to Psychology Lecture 6: Learning
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Learning • Classical conditioning – How it works – Other aspects of classical conditioning • Operant conditioning
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Pavlov’s Research
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Classical Conditioning • Unconditioned stimulus (US) – Stimulus that evokes response without previous learning • Food • Unconditioned response (UR) – Response to stimulus that occurs without previous learning • Salivation
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Classical Conditioning • Conditioned stimulus (CS) – Previously neutral stimulus that has acquired the capacity to evoke a response • Bell • Conditioned response (CR) – Learned reaction to a conditioned stimulus • Salivation Conditioned stimulus and response require learning
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Classical Conditioning:How it works
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Other aspects of Classical Conditioning • Extinction & spontaneous recovery
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Stimulus Generalization Def: the learned tendency to exhibit a CR to a broad range of stimuli similar to a CS
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Learning - Introduction to Psychology Lecture 6: Learning...

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