Behaviorism and Social Learning Theory Presentation

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/25/11 Behaviorism and Social Learning Theory Presentation Malisha R. Mishoe PSY 230
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3/25/11 Concepts of Behaviorism Primary and Secondary Reinforces Unconditional Reactions Behavior formed by consequences Punishment and reward will ultimately influence behavior Operant Conditioning=strengthening patterns of learned behavior reinforcement.
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3/25/11 Classical Conditioning Describes an involuntary response to a stimulus Deferred to as respondent conditioning A form of associative learning Can be used to increase behavior Can be used to decrease behavior
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3/25/11 B.F. Skinner Believed in natural selection Associated with Neobehaviorism Believed there were no formal stages of development Dismissive of creative aspects of cognition
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3/25/11 Ivan Pavlov Classical conditioning is a reflexive or automatic type of learning Originators and Key Contributors First described by Ivan Pavlov (1849-1936) Studied in infants by John B.
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