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03)_Learning_1_25 - Warmup Question Which of the following...

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Unformatted text preview: Warmup Question Which of the following examples might BEST be explained by a 3 rd variable? (Remember the 3 rd variable problem) A) Clever Hans cleverness B) Left-handedness as a risk factor for shortened life-spans C) Smoking leads to lung cancer D) iclickers lead to improved test scores Feel free to discuss with a friend Todays plan Brief correlation review (done) Intro to the Participant Pool (done) Classical conditioning Pavlov and the basics Compensatory reactions Extinction Operant Conditioning Thorndike Law of Effect Skinner impact of reinforcers Behaviorist Approach to Learning We study what we directly observe Stimulus The Mind Response Photo: Wellcome Institute Library Classical Conditioning: The Training Process 1) Initial State (Unconditioned) Meat Powder Salivation Metronome (US) (UR) (neutral) 2) Training Metronome >>>>> Meat Powder Salivation 3) Conditioning Test Metronome Salivation (CS) (CR)...
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