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Lecture_6(N) - P SYC 1010 Lectu re Notes Oct 29/2010 Test...

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PSYC 1010 Lecture Notes – Oct 29/2010 Test next week: Chap 1,2,12, appendix B. Bring York Photo ID, pencils and eraser (2H) o Featured studies help better understand content – don’t know study details o Statistics- do not know formulas, only statistics talked about in class o 5 Short Answer Q (SHORT – 2 to 3 sentences) & 80 MC o NO DATES & PERCENTAGES, DETAILS. Understand CONCEPTS o 20ish questions (from textbook) for each chapter – fair Qs. o MC – Questions that apply concepts; definitions not helpful (EX: Given experiment, determine what is IV or CV) Three types of Conditioning: Classical Conditioning (Pavlov) Operant Conditioning Observational Learning CLASSICAL CONDITIONING: o UNCONDITONAL RESPONSE (UR) A response that is automatic, reflexive or involuntary o UNCONDITIONED STIMULUS (US) A Stimulus that perceives and elicits(triggers) the UR o CONDITIONAL STIMULUS(CS) Any Stimulus that’s paired with the US that eventually elicits a response identical to the UR o CONDITIONAL RESPONSE (CR) A response that’s elicited by a CS and is identical to the UR
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o EX (Skeleton of classical conditioning – on Test 2!): Dog, Food & Bell.
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