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friedman 4e chapter06-chg - Chapter 6: Behaviorist and...

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    Chapter 6: Behaviorist and Learning Aspects
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    The Classical Conditioning of Personality Unconditioned Stimulus (Food) Unconditioned Response (Salivation) o Ivan Pavlov o Studying dogs
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    The Classical Conditioning of Personality Unconditioned Stimulus (Food) Neutral Stimulus (Bell) Unconditioned Response (Salivation)
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    The Classical Conditioning of Personality Conditioned Stimulus (Bell) Conditioned Response (Salivation)
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    Classical Conditioning Generalization Conditioned responses can occur in  response to stimuli similar to  the  conditioned stimulus Discrimination Learning to tell the difference between  different stimuli, responding only to the  conditioned stimulus and not  to similar  stimuli
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    Classical Conditioning Extinction When the pairing of the conditioned and  unconditioned stimulus stops Gradual decrease in the response to the  conditioned stimulus
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    Classical Conditioning Classical conditioning can be used to  explain emotional aspects of personality neurotic behavior Phobias superstitious behavior etc.
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    Origins of a Behaviorist Approach John B. Watson Founded behaviorism Applied conditioning principles to humans Rejection of introspection Tabula rasa approach John Locke
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    The Example of Baby Albert Unconditioned Stimulus (Loud Noise) Unconditioned Response (Cry)
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