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Last year, when Sara would hear a dog bark, she would  automatically respond by looking in that direction. However,  she was recently bitten by a dog and now runs away in the  opposite direction whenever she hears a dog bark. What is the  US? 1. Looking to see the dog 2. Dog barking 3. Running away 0% 0% 0%
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Last year, when Sara would hear a dog bark, she would automatically  respond by looking in that direction. However, she was recently bitten  by a dog and now runs away in the opposite direction whenever she  hears a dog bark. What is the UR? 1. Looking to see the dog 2. Dog barking 3. Running away 0% 0% 0%
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Last year, when Sara would hear a dog bark, she would automatically  respond by looking in that direction. However, she was recently bitten  by a dog and now runs away in the opposite direction whenever she  hears a dog bark. What is the CS? 1. Looking to see the dog 2. Dog barking 3. Running away 0% 0% 0%
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Last year, when Sara would hear a dog bark, she would automatically  respond by looking in that direction. However, she was recently bitten  by a dog and now runs away in the opposite direction whenever she  hears a dog bark. What is the CR? 1. Looking to see the dog 2. Dog barking 3. Running away 0% 0% 0%
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PSYC 2000 Learning: Part 2
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Operant Conditioning Module 24
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What is Operant Conditioning? Behavior is strengthened if followed by a reinforcer or diminished if followed by a punisher Operates on the environment to produce rewarding or punishing stimuli
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Skinner’s Experiments
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B.F. Skinner English major Aspiring writer Went to graduate school for psychology Modern behaviorism’s most influential and most controversial figure
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Law of Effect Skinner built on this idea first proposed by Thorndike Behaviors followed by favorable consequences become more likely to occur, and behaviors followed by unfavorable consequences become less likely to occur Thorndike Puzzle Boxes
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Operant Chamber Using the law of effect, Skinner developed principles of behavioral control Also referred to as the Skinner box Pull habits out of animals to foster efficient learning
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2011 for the course PYSC 2000 taught by Professor Munson during the Fall '10 term at LSU.

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