Chapter 7 Learning Objectives

Chapter 7 Learning Objectives - conditioning How do...

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1. 1 Chapter 7: Learning and Conditioning What are the two types of stimuli and the two types of responses that form the basis of classical conditioning? How does the process of extinction work in classical conditioning? What do stimulus generalization and stimulus discrimination refer to in classical conditioning? How do the principles of classical conditioning contribute to acquired preferences and acquired fears? How do the principles of classical conditioning contribute to food aversions and reactions to medical treatments? What are three types of consequences that a behavior might produce? What is the difference between positive reinforcement and negative reinforcement in operant
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Unformatted text preview: conditioning? How do extinction, generalization, and discrimination take place in operant conditioning? How are those processes different in classical conditioning? What is the difference between a continuous schedule of reinforcement and an intermittent schedule of reinforcement? How could you use shaping of successive approximations to train a chicken to play tic-tac-toe? What are six reasons why punishment usually fails to change behavior? What are some circumstances under which reward might backfire? What is latent learning? What is observational learning?...
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