Chapter6Objectives

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Chapter Six Objectives 1. Learning (Behaviorists)  o Relatively enduring change in observable behavior that occurs as a result of  experience  o Learning is defined differently among cognitive theorists and behaviorists   2. Classical Conditioning : occurs when an individual learns to produce an involuntary  emotional/physiological response similar to an instinctive or reflexive response  o STEPS  Unconditioned Stimulus Causes an instinctive (unlearned) emotional/physiological response  Unconditioned Response  The instinctive (unlearned) emotional/physiological response caused  by the unconditioned stimulus  Neutral Stimulus  Doesn’t initially impact behavior one way or the other  Conditioned Stimulus  A formerly neutral stimulus that becomes associated with the  unconditioned stimulus  Conditioned Response  A learned emotional/physiological response that is similar to the 
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