Classical conditioning--Learning--Chapter 9_BB

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Overview Introduction How do we learn? Classical Conditioning Operant Conditioning Learning by Observation
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Intro Learning —refers to the relatively  permanent change in a subject’s behavior  to a given situation brought about by  his/her 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 subjects
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How do we learn? By association—linking two events that  occur close together Conditioning  is the process of learning  associations Classical conditioning Operant conditioning By observation
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5 Associative Learning Learning to associate one stimulus with another.
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6 Associative Learning Learning to associate one stimulus with another.
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7 Associative Learning Learning to associate a response with a consequence.
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8 Associative Learning Learning to associate a response with a consequence.
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9 Ideas of classical conditioning originate from old  philosophical theories.  However, it was the Russian  physiologist  Ivan Pavlov  who elucidated classical 
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