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Unformatted text preview: 4/14/2010 1 PSC1 Spring 2010, Dr. Liat Sayfan t What is learning? t Classical conditioning t Operant conditioning t Observational learning t learning ◦ relatively permanent change in behavior ◦ due to experience with the same stimuli t adaptability ◦ ability to learn and change t Non-associative Learning ◦ Habituation c The process of adapting to stimuli that don’t change ◦ Dishabituation c The reappearance of a response to a stimulus after habituation c Occurs when the stimulus changes again t Non-associative Learning ◦ Habituation c The process of adapting to stimuli that don’t change ◦ Dishabituation c The reappearance of a response to a stimulus after habituation c Occurs when the stimulus changes again t Associative learning ◦ connecting events in sequence t Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov Ivan Pavlov (1849-1936) 4/14/2010 2 t Unconditioned Unconditioned Unconditioned Unconditioned stimulus stimulus stimulus stimulus (UCS) automatically elicits the unconditioned response unconditioned response unconditioned response unconditioned response (UCR) Remember: Unconditioned = Unlearned t Find a Neutral Stimulus Neutral Stimulus...
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This note was uploaded on 05/08/2010 for the course PSC PSC 001 taught by Professor Paoli during the Spring '09 term at UC Davis.

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