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Learning PSY 2012 02.28.08 Classical Conditioning Classical Conditioning Operant Conditioning Operant Conditioning Observational Learning Observational Learning
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__________ ______ ___________ If a food has made you sick in the past, you will feel nauseous seeing, smelling, or tasting it in the future.
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Instinct vs. Learning _________: A relatively permanent change in an organism’s behavior due to experience. ________ _______ (aka conditioning): Learning that two events occur together.
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2 Types of Associative Learning ________ Conditioning: learning to associate two stimuli _________ Conditioning: learning to associate a response and its consequence
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Classical Conditioning - Processes of Classical Conditioning - Processes of Classical Conditioning - Behaviorism - Behaviorism
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Classical Conditioning Ivan Pavlov: (1849 – 1926) 1904 Nobel Prize for research on digestion 1927 published research on conditioned reflexes
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Pavlov’s Experiment
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Example
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Classical Conditioning: Key Terms ___________ Stimulus (UCS) ___________ Stimulus (UCS) stimulus that automatically and naturally (i.e. unlearned) triggers a
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