chapter 6 learning

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Unformatted text preview: 2 Grade distributions 20% -- attendance and participation attendance Non-psy: 6 from the experiment credit (max) Psych Major (09&08) --- 2 or 3 assignments 35% --- midterm 100+10 points totally, 100 max 45% --- Final exam 100+10 points totally, 100 max 3 Susceptibility 0-4 low 5-8 median 9-12 high 5 HW2: Discovering Psychology 13. The Mind Awake and Asleep Our varying levels of consciousness empower us to interpret, analyze, and direct our behavior in flexible ways. The nature of sleeping, dreaming, and altered states of consciousness are explored in this program. With Dr. Ernest Hartman , formerly of Tufts University, and Dr. Robert McCarley of Harvard Medical School. http://www.learner.org/discoveringpsych ology/13/e13expand.html?pop=yes&pid= 1510# Questions Acording to the video, how structuralists (Wunt, Titchener), functionalists (James), and behaviorists (Watson) explain consciousness? Describe and explain the study at 10 31, using one of the levels of conscioussness How does Dr. R. McCarley at Harvard Medical School explain DREAMS different from Freud (16 22)? 6 Chapter 6 Learning Nov. 30, 2009 7 Class participation 1 Learn WHAT? 8 Examples Definition a relatively durable change in behavior or knowledge that is due to experience. Compared to innate knowledge What is learning What is learning 9 Definition Learning refers to the change in a subjects behavior to a given situation brought about by his repeated experiences in that situation, provided that the behavior change cannot be explained on the basis of native response tendencies, maturation, or temporary states of the subject (e.g., fatigue, drugs, etc.). (Hilgard and Bower, 1975, p. 17) contents acquisition of knowledge and skills personal habits ( ) personality traits emotional responses personal preferences Does not include temporary changes due to Disease Injury Maturation or drugs What is learning: definition and content What is learning: definition and content 10 Learning theories 1 Classical Conditioning 2 Operant conditioning 3 Observation al Learning 11 A stimulus acquires the capacity to evoke a response that was originally evoked by another stimulus Phobia Ivan Pavlovs Demonstration Terminology Unconditioned Stimulus (UCS- ) Unconditioned Response (UCR- ) Conditioned Stimulus (CS- ) Conditioned Response (CR-...
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