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Modules 23&25

Modules 23&25 - learning September21st,2010...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  2/4/11 learning September 21st, 2010
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 2/4/11 How do we Learn? We learn from experience Adaptability-our capacity to learn new  behaviors that help us cope with changing  circumstances We learn by association—we associate  behaviors with context, eventually becomes  automatic and triggers a habitual response
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 2/4/11 Today’s class Classical Conditioning Learning by Observation
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Click to edit Master subtitle style  2/4/11 Module 23:  classical  conditioning
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 2/4/11 Classical conditioning Pavlov’s Experiments Extending Pavlov’s Understanding Pavlov’s Legacy
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 2/4/11 Pavlov’s experiments
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 2/4/11 Associative learning Learning that certain events occur together
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 2/4/11 Classical conditioning A type of learning One learns to link two or more stimuli and  anticipate events
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 2/4/11 learning A relatively permanent change in an  organism’s behavior due to experience
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 2/4/11 behaviorism The view that psychology should Be an objective science  Studies behavior without reference to mental  processes
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 2/4/11 Ivan pavlov Russian physiologist Researching  digestion in dogs Noticed that dog  salivated when food  was placed in its  mouth, but also the  mere presence of  food
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 2/4/11 Important terms Unconditioned response  (UR) the unlearned,  naturally occurring  response to the US  (salivation) Uncondditioned 
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