Lecture8-Learning2,6

Lecture8-Learning2,6 - 10/18/10 LECTURE OUTLINE Wrapping...

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10/18/10 1 C HAPTER 6: L EARNING Lecture 8: Other Models of Learning (p. 255-267) LECTURE OUTLINE Wrapping up associative learning Cognitive models of learning The neural basis of learning COGNITIVE MODELS OF LEARNING THE LIMITS OF ASSOCIATIVE LEARNING: LEARNING TO SPEAK First you learn sounds Then you learn words Put words together for meaning Reinforcement for these? BUT, children produce NEW word pairings/sentences- not reinforced Other processes driving how we learn language WHAT IS MISSING FROM BEHAVIORISM? Where is thinking in behaviorism? Watson: Methodological behaviorism Skinner: Radical behaviorism Can we always see learning happening? Can we learn without reinforcement? COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY Scientific study of internal mental processes Perception Memory Thought Reasoning Language Etc.
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10/18/10 2 S-O-R O =The organism that interprets the stimulus before responding How we acquire knowledge is affected by how we
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