Intro outline - Learning F10

Intro outline - Learning F10 - discrimination in classical...

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PSY 0010: LECTURE OBJECTIVES AND OUTLINE – FALL 2010 LECTURE: Principles of Learning Objectives : Terms and concepts to learn learning Thorndike’s puzzle box experiment associative learning law of effect Ivan Pavlov and his experiments B.F. Skinner John B. Watson and Little Albert experiment operant conditioning classical conditioning operant response unconditioned stimulus shaping unconditioned response reinforcer conditioned stimulus primary and secondary reinforcement conditioned response reinforcement (positive and negative) acquisition of conditioned response continuous and partial reinforcement extinction of conditioned response ratio schedules (fixed and variable) spontaneous recovery of conditioned response interval schedules (fixed and variable) generalization in classical conditioning extinction of operant response
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Unformatted text preview: discrimination in classical conditioning generalization in operant conditioning discrimination in operant conditioning punishment (positive and negative) timing of reinforcement and punishment Bandura’s model of observational learning Outline I. Classical Conditioning A. The Paradigm: US, UR, CS, CR B. Acquisition C. Extinction D. Spontaneous Recovery C. Generalization and Discrimination II. Operant Conditioning A. Thorndike’s Law of Effect B. B.F. Skinner C. Reinforcement 1. Types of Reinforcers a. primary b. secondary 2. Types of Reinforcement a. positive b. negative 3. Schedules of Reinforcement a. continuous vs partial schedule b. ratio (fixed and variable) c. interval (fixed and variable) D. Punishment 1. Positive 2. Negative...
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2010 for the course PSY 0010 taught by Professor Joshuafetterman during the Fall '08 term at Pittsburgh.

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