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Lecture 13 Instructor: George Chavez Learning by Association
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Behavioral Automaticity ______ _____: To build a child all you need are a couple good rewards. Behaviorism Psychological perspective characterized by the study of _________ __________ behaviors
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Behavioral Automaticity _______________ We occasionally study observable phenomena in order to make statements about unobservable phenomena.” _______________ We would certainly never use our data on observable phenomena to make inferences about unobservable phenomena.”
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Behavioral Automaticity __ __ ________ The mind isn’t accessible. We can do research without it, so whose to say what goes on in there even matters. ___________ Run Away!
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Classical Conditioning ____ ______ Father of Classical Conditioning Already a big deal (Nobel Prize) before he discovered classical conditioning Unconditioned Stimulus ( UCS ) A stimulus that _____________ elicits a response Unconditioned Response (
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