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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/17/11 Theme 1 focuses on these big picture ideas.• Statistical learning Conditioning Categorization and concept formation Analogical Reasoning Piaget's adaptation theory Motivation Theme 1
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5/17/11 Review Statistical learning review " Turn to neighbor and explain 2-3 ideas associated with statistical learning" "Bad" and "good" learning via statistical learning.
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5/17/11 Classical conditioning learning happens when two stimuli simply become associated. Your training stories….
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5/17/11 Classical Conditioning on Pavlov’s Dog Finger Puppet Without conditioning, the dog salivates when he sees food 55
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5/17/11 Classical Conditioning on Pavlov’s Dog Finger Puppet Without conditioning, the dog DOES NOT salivate due to the bell 66
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Classical Conditioning on Pavlov’s Dog Finger Puppet Through repeated exposure to the bell previous to the food, the dog associates the bell with the food. 77
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