L16 Complex Learning

L16 Complex Learning - the rat is becomes electrified. To...

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Schedules of Reinforcement in Operant Conditioning Fixed Ratio (e.g. 1:1, 5:1, 10:1) - The number of responses required prior to a reinforcement. Fixed Interval – An amount of time has to pass after a response prior to the next response being reinforced. Variable Ratio – The number of responses required prior to a reinforcement varies. Variable Interval – Time between previous reinforcement and the next response being reinforced varies.
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Avoidance Learning electrified grid rat fence light Light comes on. 2 sec. later the grid on the side where
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Unformatted text preview: the rat is becomes electrified. To avoid the shock the rat climbs over the fence. Characteristics of Avoidance Learning Resembles both classical and operant conditioning. Is highly resistant to extinction. Maintains phobias. Probability Learning 10 Optimal 9 8 7 Probability matching 6 5 70% Rs 4 3 2 1 Concept Formation The way we learn meaning of concepts and words by identifying relevant dimensions and the levels of those dimensions associated with the concept. Demonstration: What is a DAG?...
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