Classical conditioning

Classical conditioning - 1 Learning Part 1 Overview and...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Learning Part 1 Overview and Classical Conditioning Behaviorism Also called learning theory Basic assumptions: 1. should only be concerned with observable beh 2. All beh is learned Learning A relatively permanent change in behavior or mental process due to experience Compared to maturation: A relatively permanent change in behavior or mental process due to maturation Compared to instinct: Beh that is largely genetically programmed 2 Associative learning Involves making connections between two or more stimuli Classical conditioning Discovered by Ivan Pavlov Two stimuli are associated so that, over time, they both come to elicit the same response http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CpoLxEN 54ho http://www.break.com/usercontent/2009/11/t he-office-altoid-experiment-1499823 Step 1: Before conditioning Neutral stimulus (NS) Elicits no response of interest In Pavlov example, what is the neutral stimulus? A. Meat B. Salivation C. Metronome D. None of these 2 Associative learning Involves making connections between two or more stimuli Classical conditioning Discovered by Ivan Pavlov Two stimuli are associated so that, over time, they both come to elicit the same response http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CpoLxENhttp://www....
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2010 for the course PSYCH 1A taught by Professor Kerrihogue during the Fall '10 term at Santa Rosa.

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