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Ch5 6 7 8 study guide Exam 2 PSYC 2060

Ch5 6 7 8 study guide Exam 2 PSYC 2060 - EDUCATIONAL...

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EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDY GUIDE CH. 5 Know the basic tenets of Social-cognitive Learning Theory. Know what enhances the chances of the observer’s reproducing the model’s behavior. In Pavlov’s experiment, what was the a) conditioned stimulus A previously neutral stimulus that evokes a particular response after having been paired with an unconditioned response. a. The bell gains the power to prompt a response similar to that produced by the meat, unconditioned stimulus. b) the unconditioned stimulus A stimulus that naturally evokes a particular response. a. B/c the response dogs to the meat powder was automatic w/o prior training the meat powder is referred to as an unconditioned stimulus. c) the conditioned response d) the unconditioned response A behavior that is prompted automatically by a stimulus. B/c salvation occurred automatically in the presence of meat, also w/ out training or experience, the response of salivating is referred to as an unconditioned response. Applied Behavioral Analysis the application of the principles of operant conditioning to change human behavior Change socially significant behaviors Increase desired behaviors Decrease undesired behaviors Teach novel behavior through shaping and chaining Know and be able to recognize and provide examples of a) positive reinforcement
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