PSYC101.001 C07

PSYC101.001 C07 - 11/8/2009 Psychology 101.001 Learning...

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11/8/2009 1 Psychology 101.001 Learning ± Learning y a relatively permanent change in an organism’s behavior due to experience y types observational PSYC 101.001 VILLADO Learning ± Classical conditioning y a neutral stimulus becomes associated with a naturally occurring stimulus to produce a naturally occurring (i.e., preexisting) response y steps 1. US UR 2. US UR CS 3. CS CR PSYC 101.001 VILLADO
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11/8/2009 2 Learning ± Classical conditioning y acquisition y extinction y spontaneous recovery y generalization y discrimination PSYC 101.001 VILLADO Learning PSYC 101.001 VILLADO Learning ± Operant conditioning y learning that takes place when the learner recognizes the connection between a behavior and its consequences y based upon Thorndike’s Law of Effect Law of Effect: behaviors followed by favorable consequences become more likely; behaviors followed by unfavorable consequences become less likely PSYC 101.001 VILLADO
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