Psychology 101 Final Study Guide

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Psychology 101 Final Study Guide Chapter 7: Learning Classical Conditioning Principles - In classical conditioning a stimulus comes to elicit a response that normally it does not elicit Unconditioned Stimulus (UCS) - In classical conditioning, a stimulus that automatically elicits a particular unconditioned response Unconditioned Response (UCR) - In classical conditioning, an unlearned, automatic response to a particular unconditioned stimulus Conditioned Stimulus (CS) - In classical condition, a neutral stimulus that comes to elicit a particular conditioned response after being paired with a  particular unconditioned stimulus that already elicits that response Conditioned Response (CR)  - In classical conditioning, the learned response given to a particular conditioned stimulus High Order Conditioning - In classical conditioning, the establishment of a conditioned response to a neutral stimulus that has been paired with  an existing conditioned stimulus Extinction - In classical condition, the gradual disappearance of the conditioned response when the conditioned stimulus is  repeatedly presented without being paired with the unconditioned stimulus Stimulus Generalization - In classical conditioning, giving a conditioned response to stimuli similar to the conditioned stimulus Stimulus Discrimination - In classical conditioning, giving a conditioned response to the conditioned stimulus but not stimuli similar to it Operant Conditioning Principles (Skinner) - Learning n which a behavior becomes more or less probable, depending on its consequences (schedule of  reinforcement) Behavior Contingencies - Relationships between behaviors and their consequences, such as positive reinforcement, negative enforcement,  extinction, and punishment Premack Principle
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- The principle that  amore probably behavior can be used as a reinforce for a less probable one (If you want to do 
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