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Psychology II Lectures 11-12:
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1800s 1930-1960s
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“[Psychologists should] never use the terms consciousness, mental states, mind, content, introspectively verifiable, imagery and the like” - John Watson, 1913
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Learning: experience that results in a relatively permanent change in the state of the learner Two main approaches to learning: Classical conditioning Operant conditioning. Other: observational learning and learning outside of awareness ( implicit learning ). Learning and Psychological Disorders (e.g., OCD, phobias, PTSD)
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Classical conditioning: when a neutral stimulus produces a response after being paired with a stimulus that naturally produces a response
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Classical conditioning : when a neutral stimulus produces a response after being paired with a stimulus that naturally produces a response Unconditioned stimulus (US) : something that reliably produces a naturally occurring reaction in an organism (e.g., dog’s food) Unconditioned response (UR) : a reflexive reaction that is reliably produced by an unconditioned stimulus (e.g., dog
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Classical conditioning : when a neutral stimulus produces a response after being paired with a stimulus that naturally produces a response Conditioned stimulus (CS) : a stimulus that is initially neutral and produces no reliable response in an organism (e.g., bell) Conditioned response (CR) : a reaction that resembles an unconditioned response but is produced by a conditioned
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Acquisition : the phase of classical conditioning when the CS and the US are presented together
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Extinction : the gradual elimination of a learned response that occurs when the US is no longer presented
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Spontaneous Recovery : the tendency of a learned behavior to recover from extinction after a rest period
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