Psyc. 101 Notes 4

Psyc. 101 Notes 4 - learning classical conditioning...

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Unformatted text preview: - learning: classical conditioning, cognitive learning, operant conditioning-learning-relatively permanent change in behavior or cognition (thinking, perception, memory) as a result of practice or experience-ideas about learning-determinism vs. free will, nurture (not nature), key idea of behaviorism, importance of learning (habits)-kinds of learning-classical conditioning, operant conditioning, cognitive learning-classical conditioning-Pavlov’s demonstration, terminology (unconditioned stimulus=UCS, conditioned stimulus=CS, unconditioned response=UCR, conditioned response=CR), Pavlov’s dogs’ salivation eventually due to a tone (the tone would be the CS/ originally the neutral stimulus, the salivation would be the CR/ “psychic reflex” and the UCR, and meat would be the UCS)-trial-pairing of UCS and CS-acquisition-initial stage in learning-stimulus contiguity-occurring together in time and space-3 types classical conditioning: simultaneous conditioning (CS and UCS begin and end together),...
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2011 for the course PSYC 101 taught by Professor Loeb during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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