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Lesson19ExerciseForAbility&Learning

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Lesson:-19 Points to remember LEARNING LEARNING LEARNING DEFINITION DEFINITION ANY RELATIVELY PERMANENT ANY RELATIVELY PERMANENT CHANGE IN BEHAVIOUR THAT CHANGE IN BEHAVIOUR THAT OCCURS AS A RESULT OF OCCURS AS A RESULT OF EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE
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CHARACTERISTICS OF LEARNING CHARACTERISTICS OF LEARNING I INVOLVES CHANGE INVOLVES CHANGE I IS RELATIVELY PERMANENT IS RELATIVELY PERMANENT I SOME FORM OF EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED FOR SOME FORM OF EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED FOR LEARNING LEARNING THEORIES OF LEARNING THEORIES OF LEARNING I CLASSICAL CONDITIONING CLASSICAL CONDITIONING I OPERANT CONDITIONING OPERANT CONDITIONING I SOCIAL LEARNING SOCIAL LEARNING
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CLASSICAL CONDITIONING CLASSICAL CONDITIONING AN INDIVIDUAL RESPONDS TO SOME AN INDIVIDUAL RESPONDS TO SOME STIMULUS THAT WOULD NOT ORDINARILY STIMULUS THAT WOULD NOT ORDINARILY PRODUCE SUCH RESPONSE PRODUCE SUCH RESPONSE IMPORTANT CONCEPTS IN IMPORTANT CONCEPTS IN CLASSICAL CONDITIONING CLASSICAL CONDITIONING I UNCONDITIONED STIMULUS UNCONDITIONED STIMULUS I UNCONDITIONED RESPONSE UNCONDITIONED RESPONSE I CONDITIONED STIMULUS CONDITIONED STIMULUS I CONDITIONED RESPONSE CONDITIONED RESPONSE
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OPERANT CONDITIONING OPERANT CONDITIONING DESIRED VOLUNTARY BEHAVIOUR LEADS TO A DESIRED VOLUNTARY BEHAVIOUR LEADS TO A REWARD OR PREVENTS A PUNISHMENT. REWARD OR PREVENTS A PUNISHMENT. REINFORCEMENT STRENGTHENS A BEHAVIOUR REINFORCEMENT STRENGTHENS A BEHAVIOUR AND INCREASES THE LIKELIHOOD THAT IT WILL AND INCREASES THE LIKELIHOOD THAT IT WILL BE REPEATED BE REPEATED IMPORTANT CONCEPTS IN OPERANT IMPORTANT CONCEPTS IN OPERANT CONDITIONING CONDITIONING I POSITIVE REINFORCEMENTS POSITIVE REINFORCEMENTS I NEGATIVE REINFORCEMENTS NEGATIVE REINFORCEMENTS I PUNISHMENT PUNISHMENT
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SCHEDULES OF REINFORCEMENT SCHEDULES OF REINFORCEMENT SCHEDULES OF REINFORCMEENTS CONTINUOUS INTERMITTENT VARIABLE INTERVAL FIXED RATIO VARIABLE RATIO FIXED INTERVAL SOCIAL LEARNING SOCIAL LEARNING PEOPLE CAN LEARN THROUGH PEOPLE CAN LEARN THROUGH OBSERVATION AND DIRECT OBSERVATION AND DIRECT EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE
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IMPORTANT CONCEPTS OF SOCIAL IMPORTANT CONCEPTS OF SOCIAL LEARNING LEARNING FOR EFFECTIVE LEARNING : FOR EFFECTIVE LEARNING : I ATTENTIONAL PROCESSES ATTENTIONAL PROCESSES I RETENTION PROCESS RETENTION PROCESS I REINFORCEMENT PROCESS REINFORCEMENT PROCESS APPLICATION OF LEARNING APPLICATION OF LEARNING I LOTTERIES TO REDUCE ABSENTEEISM LOTTERIES TO REDUCE ABSENTEEISM I WELL WELL- PAY Vs. SICK PAY PAY Vs. SICK PAY I EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE I DEVELOPING TRAINING PROGRAMME DEVELOPING TRAINING PROGRAMME I CREATING MENTORING PROGRAMME CREATING MENTORING PROGRAMME
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Exercise for ability and Learning So students now we shall brush up our concepts of ability and learning which we have learnt through this exercise: Review Questions 1. Do you agree with the statement that learning is involved in almost everything that every one does? Explain.
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