psy1ch5outlineSu11 - 4. Positive punishment 5. Negative...

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General Psychology Ch.5 Outline: Learning I. Classical Conditioning A. Pavlov’s Accidental Finding B. Model (any stimulus) UCS--------------------- UCR (reflex) (neutral stimulus)CS----------------------- CR (learned response) C. Examples 1. Pavlov’s dogs 2. (Conditioned Emotional Response)Watson’s Little Albert a. Stimulus generalization b. Stimulus discrimination 3. Prejudice 4. Phobias 5. Med Tx 1. Extinction 2. Spontaneous Recovery II. Operant Conditioning A. Thorndike 1. Law of effect B. Skinner: 1. Shaping 1. Primary/secondary reinforcers a. Primary
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b. Secondary (conditioned) 2. Positive reinforcement 3. Negative reinforcement
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Positive punishment 5. Negative punishment 6. Negative consequences of punishment a. Passive aggressiveness b. Increased aggression c. Avoidance d. Modeling e. Temporary suppression D. Schedules of reinforcement 1. Fixed ratio 2. Variable ratio 3. Fixed interval 4. Variable interval E. Applications 1. At school 2. At work 3. At home III. Observational Learning (social learning/modeling) A. Bo bo doll (Bandura) B. Applications 1. Abusive parents may have aggressive children 2. Many men who beat their wives had wife-battering dads 3. Prosocial (positive, helpful models) models 4. TV...
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