27_Midterm2_review_6 - Psychology2 Day27topic Midterm2review JohnWatson(18781958 Complexbehaviors(fear Roleoftheamygdala Operantconditioning

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Psychology 2: Introduction to Psychology Day 27 topic Midterm 2 review Classical conditioning More complex conditioning John Watson (1878 1958) Complex behaviors (fear) Role of the amygdala video Operant conditioning B.F. Skinner (1904 1990) Operant behavior Reinforcement vs. punishment Positive vs. negative Observational learning Albert Bandura (1925 present) Social learning theory Appropriate models? Latent learning Neural basis for observational learning Giacomo Rizzolatti (1937 ) Mirror neuron theory Intersection of visual and action Motor cortex Premotor cortex
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Aspects of language Properties of language: Displacement, Arbitrariness, Productivity, Learnability Core components: Phonology, Morphology Semantics, Syntax, Pragmatics Learning language Behaviorist account insufficient Explicit instruction Dynamic generation Types of errors (i.e. “runned”) Nativist theory (Noam Chomsky) Language Acquisition Device (LAD) Parsing (Jenny Saffron) Statistical regularities in language Neural structures for language Broca’s and Wernicke’s aphasia Non fluent output agrammatism speaking and writing Comprehension intact but complex syntax Impaired prosody Poor comprehension Reading and writing impaired Fluent output “fluent but meaningless”
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