Ch. 5 Learning - Acquisition& responses (;Aversion therapy...

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L earning Classical Conditioning responses Applications of classical conditioning  (Systematic desensitization; Aversion  therapy) Operant Conditioning Thorndike’s “Law of Effect” Schedules of Reinforcement Applications of operant conditioning  (Shaping, Token economy, Behavior  modification)
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W hat is Learning? Learning  –  any relatively permanent  change in behavior brought about by  experience or practice. Menu
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Pavlov and Classical Conditioning Ivan Pavlov –  Russian physiologist  (person who studies the workings of the  body) who discovered classical  conditioning through his work on  digestion in dogs. Menu
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Pavlov and Classical Conditioning Classical conditioning - learning to  make a reflex response to a stimulus  other than the original, natural  stimulus that normally produces the  reflex. Menu
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lements of Classical Conditioning Unconditioned stimulus (UCS) - a naturally  occurring stimulus that leads to an  involuntary response. Unconditioned response (UCR) - an 
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