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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style • The Psychology of Learning • Conditioning (Learning) • Classical Conditioning – Pavlov (dogs) – Learning through trigger association • Operant Conditioning – Skinner (rats) – Learning through consequences • Observational Learning – Bandura (children) – Learning from watching others (vicarious learning) • Classical Conditioning (Pavlov’s Dogs) • Unconditioned Stimulus (UCS) – Naturally evokes UCR • Unconditioned Response (UCR) – Natural response to UCS • Conditioned Stimulus (CS) – Learned, evokes CR • Conditioned Response (CR) – Response to CS • Stimulus Generalization – CR “spreads” to similar stimuli • Stimulus Discrimination – CR is restricted to specific stimuli • Acquisition: form a new CR • Extinction: banish a CR • Spontaneous Recovery: CR reappears after extinction and non-exposure • Operant Conditioning • Skinner’s rats • Reinforcement (reward) & Punishment • Skinner box •...
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