CHFD 2200(6)

CHFD 2200(6) - C HFD 2200 Behaviorism & Social Learning...

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CHFD 2200 Classical conditioning(John Watson);stimulus-response Operant(B.F. Skinner);reinforcers and punishments Social learning(Bandura);modeling Information Processing Theory Sensory register(input) Short-term memory(working memory) Long-term memory(memory storage) Behavioral responses(output) Ethology Study of adaptive value of behavior and its evolutionary history. Critical & Sensitive periods Vygotsky’s Sociocultural Theory Transmission of customs to a new generation(values, beliefs, customs, skills) Language development Zone of proximal development Microsystem: where we live our daily lives *chrono-time*
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Genotype: genetic makeup Sex chromosomes XX=females; XY=male Fraternal twins Sometimes not born at the same time Monogenic inheritance: phenotype is determined by single gene Polygenic inheritance: phenotype is determined by multiple genes which are
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2011 for the course CHFD 2200 taught by Professor L during the Fall '10 term at UGA.

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CHFD 2200(6) - C HFD 2200 Behaviorism & Social Learning...

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