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 9/8/10 Chapter 11 Learning
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 9/8/10 Principles of Learning n Learning  – experience that results in a relatively  permanent change in behavior n Behaviorism
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 9/8/10 Principles of Learning n Some general terms Learning-performance distinction Associative learning Extinction and spontaneous recovery Generalization and discrimination n Stimulus discrimination  n Discriminative stimulus Cognition and learning n Latent learning n Cognitive maps
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 9/8/10 Principles of Learning
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 9/8/10 Principles of Learning n Some general terms Motivation  n Intrinsically motivated n Extrinsic motivation n Overjustification n Biological predispositions in learning Food preferences n Taste-aversion learning Fear-related learning biases Place-learning abilities
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 9/8/10 Classical Conditioning n Components of classical conditioning Unconditioned stimulus (US) Unconditioned response (UR) Conditioned stimulus (CS) Conditioned response (CR)
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 9/8/10 Classical Conditioning
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