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notes 2-24 - Unconditioned stimulus(UCS Unconditioned...

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Unconditioned stimulus (UCS) Unconditioned response (UCR) Conditioned Stimulus (CS) Conditioned Response (CR) The case of "little Albert" Can you teach people to develop fears? Behaviorism of how people develop phobias Watson and Rayner o Baby and rat o Paired rat with loud noise o Baby afraid of rat o Baby generalized White rabbit Fur coat Operant conditioning BF Skinner People and organisms operate on the environment to seek out reinforcement o Also called "instrumental" conditioning o Based on the work on Thorndike and Skinner The behavior "operates on the environment to produce a reward of punishment The law of effect: o Behaviors that are reinforced will reoccur Skinner Box- o Animal can respond- Press Lever o Be rewarded o Be punished o Behavior recorded Cumulative recorder Positive reinforcement- anything that is done that increases the likelihood of behavior When applied, increase likelihood of behavior occurring
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