Notes 6 Oct - Learning and Conditiong

Notes 6 Oct - Learning and Conditiong - Learning...

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Learning acquisition of new skills, knowledge, behaviors etc that allow the learner to quickly adapt to their surroundings you can't learn instincts if you did they would be learned behaviors simple forms of learning habituation: learning not to respond to repeated stimuli Classical conditioning making connection between stimulus that causes a reflex, and a stimulus that is not previously related to that reflex acquisition: initial stage where you pair the unconditioned stimulus with the conditioned stimulus association extinction: continuous presentation of the conditioned stimulus without the unconditioned stimulus will cause the CR to stop generalization spread of the conditioned response to stimuli similar to the conditioned stimulus changing the pitch of the tone or bell discrimination Little Albert Food aversions food can be an easy target for classical conditioning due to the extreme unconditioned responses we can have after a bad experience people will associate the sight, smell and taste with that one
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