Lecture 8-Outline

Lecture 8-Outline - A New Behaviors VI Vocabulary A...

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Experimental Psychology- Learning I. Lecture Introduction- Foundations of Instrumental Conditioning II. Instrumental Conditioning A. Definition B. Difference between Instrumental and Classical Conditioning III. Thorndike’s Boxes A. Law of Effect B. Stimulus-Response Learning IV. Modern Approaches A. Discrete-Trial: Maze B. Free Operant: Skinner 1. Advantages V.
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Unformatted text preview: A. New Behaviors VI. Vocabulary A. Appetitive & Aversive Stimuli B. Positive & Negative Contingency VII. Types of Instrumental Conditioning Procedures A. Positive Reinforcement B. Negative Reinforcement C. Punishment D. Omission Training VIII. Application A. Differential Reinforcement of Other Behaviors B. Controversies in Instrumental Conditioning: Punishment...
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Lecture 8-Outline - A New Behaviors VI Vocabulary A...

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