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Learning Perspectives in Psychology Chapter 5
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What is Learning? Learning any relatively permanent change in behavior brought about by experience or practice . When people learn anything, some part of their brain is physically changed to record what they have learned. Menu
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Two Kinds Of Learning Classical Conditioning Operant Conditioning
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Classical Conditioning Ivan Pavlov Father of the Learning Perspective Developed theory of Classical Conditioning
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Classical Conditioning: Basic Elements I 1) A reflex response must occur reliably and automatically whenever the stimulus occurs Sight of Chocolate Salivate Eating Rotten Food Sick Step on a nail Pain
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Basic Elements II 2) The stimulus that elicits the reflexive response must become associated with a second stimulus- This second stimulus usually neutral at first- it causes no response beyond being noticed (orient response). Ringing Bell No Salivation Your boy friend/girl friend Not sick
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Pavlov’s Experiment …A little story
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Classical Conditioning US Dog Bite UR Frightened NS Sight of Dog US Dog Bite UR Frightened CS Sight of Dog CR Frightened Menu
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Classical Conditioning US Car Crash UR Racing Heart NS Squealing Brakes US Car Crash UR Racing Heart CS Squealing Brakes CR Racing Heart Menu
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Other Conditioning Examples US UR NS/CS CR Alcohol Sick Your Date Nauseous Needle (shot) Pain Sight of Needle Fear Chocolate Pleasant taste See’s Candy Happy Drill Pain Cologne Anxiety
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Conditioning Principles…
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2012 for the course PSYCH 210 taught by Professor Akiyama during the Fall '08 term at Diablo Valley College.

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