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Last year, when Sara would hear a dog bark, she would automatically respond by looking in that direction. However, she was recently bitten by a dog and now runs away in the opposite direction whenever she hears a dog bark. What is the US? 1. Looking to see the dog 2. Dog barking 3. Running away 0% 0% 0%
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Last year, when Sara would hear a dog bark, she would automatically respond by looking in that direction. However, she was recently bitten by a dog and now runs away in the opposite direction whenever she hears a dog bark. What is the UR? 1. Looking to see the dog 2. Dog barking 3. Running away 0% 0% 0%
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Last year, when Sara would hear a dog bark, she would automatically respond by looking in that direction. However, she was recently bitten by a dog and now runs away in the opposite direction whenever she hears a dog bark. What is the CS? 1. Looking to see the dog 2. Dog barking 3. Running away 0% 0% 0%
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Last year, when Sara would hear a dog bark, she would automatically respond by looking in that direction. However, she was recently bitten by a dog and now runs away in the opposite direction whenever she hears a dog bark. What is the CR? 1. Looking to see the dog 2. Dog barking 3. Running away 0% 0% 0%
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PSYC 2000 Learning: Part 2
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Operant Conditioning Module 24
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What is Operant Conditioning? Behavior is ____________ if followed by a reinforcer or diminished if followed by a punisher Operates on the environment to produce rewarding or punishing stimuli
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Skinner’s Experiments
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B.F. Skinner English major Aspiring writer Went to graduate school for psychology Modern behaviorism’s most influential and most controversial figure
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Law of Effect Skinner built on this idea first proposed by Thorndike Behaviors followed by favorable consequences become _____________ to occur, and behaviors followed by unfavorable consequences become ___ _________ to occur Thorndike Puzzle Boxes
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Operant Chamber Using the law of effect, Skinner developed principles of behavioral control Also referred to as the Skinner box Pull habits out of animals to foster efficient learning
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Reinforcers guide behavior toward closer and closer ____________ of the desired behavior
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2011 for the course PSYCH 1020 taught by Professor Vinci during the Fall '11 term at LSU.

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