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Learning GOALS Understand behaviorism Complete emphasis on nurture (vs. nature) Complete emphasis on observable behavior Classical conditioning Be able to identify 4 elements from an example Understand key terms (and be able to identify from an example) Generalization Discrimination Extinction
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Learning Behaviorism Nature vs. Nurture: NURTURE! Stimulus Physiology, Thoughts, Emotions Response Brain Hormones Hidden Meaning Heredity
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Classical Conditioning 4 Basic Elements Unconditioned Stimulus Unconditioned Response Conditioned Stimulus Conditioned Response Natural Relationship Learned Relationship
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Unconditioned Stimulus Unconditioned Response Conditioned Response Conditioned Stimulus Natural Relationship Learned Relationship
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Classical Conditioning CS is paired with US (time-wise) CS immediately prior to US is best CS begins to elicit the same response (CR) Pavlov’s dog Little Albert
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Meat Powder Salivation Salivation Tone
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White Rat Fear Fear Pipe Banging
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