Psychology 101 – Lecture notes on Chapter 6.2

Psychology 101 – Lecture notes on Chapter...

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Psychology 101 – Lecture notes on Chapter 7 Learining o A relatively permanent change in behavior that occurs through experience Not limited to behavior o Significance of animal research o Classical conditioning – Pavlov Neutral stimulus (Pavlov’s bell) Unlearned/reflexive UCS/US – Meat powder UCR/UR – Dog salivates Learned Sound of Pavlov’s bell (CS) Dog salivates (CR) Garcia effect (when food makes one react a certain way) Drinking too much Chemo-typical side effect is vomiting – trying to get bad things out of the system Generalization o CR is to every bell (neutral stimulus generalizes)
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Unformatted text preview: Discrimination o CR is only that specific bells tone Extinction o CR is weakened by presenting CS by UCS Spontaneous recovery o CR recurs after a time delay and without additional learning Phobias o Watson Little Albert o White rat (N) paired with loud noise (US) Counterconditioning o Associate CS with new, incompatible CR Pair CS with new UCS Peter and the rabbit Rabbit paired with food eliminated Peters fear Fearful emotional reactions Pleasant emotional reactions Drug habituation Advertising...
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