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Instrumental Conditioning: Motivational Mechanisms Ch. 7 March 11, 2010
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Email: conditioning.learning@live.com TA: Kai Lu Office Hours: Wed 2-5pm Email: kialu@eden.rutgers.edu Rm 332 Psychology Building, Busch
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Midterm 2: Exam Date Per class consensus (well at least that showed up for class on Tuesday March 2)-here’s the new date for midterm 2: Thursday, March 25, 2010 What is on the exam: 4. Classical Conditioning: Mechanisms. Blocking Effect Rescorla Wagner 5. Instrumental Conditioning: Foundations. 6. Schedules of Reinforcement and Choice Behavior. 7. Instrumental Conditioning: Motivational Mechanisms. Final exam TTh7 0640 P – 0800 SEC111 6 May Thur 8-11pm
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Lecture Outline Ch 7 The Associative Structure of Instrumental Conditioning The S- R Association and the Law of Effect Expectancy of Reward and the S- O Association R- O and S( R- O) Relations in Instrumental Conditioning Behavioral Regulation Antecedents of Behavioral Regulation Behavioral Regulation and the Behavioral Bliss Point Economic Concepts and Response Allocation Problems with Behavioral Regulation Approaches Contributions of Behavioral Regulation
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Operant Conditioning: What Is Learned? Two-process theory: S-R association (operant) S-O association (Pavlovian) Sight of lever not only triggers lever pressing, but it also makes animal “think” about upcoming food. Anticipation of reinforcer motivates operant response.
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Operant Conditioning: What Is Learned? Two-process theory: Preserves the notion of S-R but add a second learned relationship S-R association (operant) Stimulus becomes associated with response S-O association (Pavlovian) Stimulus becomes associated with the reinforcer Sight of lever not only triggers lever pressing, but it also makes animal “think” about upcoming food. Anticipation of reinforcer motivates operant response. Where does this fit in?
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Operant Conditioning: What Is Learned? Expectancy of Reward and the S-O association Influences of pavlovian conditioning on instrumental learning Instrumental conditioning assumes: Instrumental response ensures that the participant will always experience certain distinctive stimuli (S) in connection with making a certain response Reinforcement will result in pairing between S and the reinforcer or response outcome (O) S-O pairing Potential for classical conditioning Association between S-O Basis for reward expectancy in instrumental conditioning
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Operant Conditioning Pavlovian conditioning involves relations between stimuli: CSs and USs. Salivatio
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