Learning - Learning (Chapter6) A process by which...

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Learning (Chapter6) A process by which expectation produces a relatively endurity change in behavior 3 types: Habituation, Conditioning (Classical & Operent), Observational learning 1. Habituation-simplest form of learning - decrease in the strength of the response due to several presentation repeated of stimuli. 2. a. Conditioning classical-1904 Pavolv: digestive system (Tone: neutral stimulus (NS), Food: unconditioned stimulus (UCS), Salivation: Unconditioned repose (UCR)) ex) session 1: Tone-Food-Salivates session 2: Tone-Food-Salivates session 11: Tone (conditioned stimulus)-Salivates(conditioned response) simultaneous pairing backward pairing: Food-Tone-Salivates (John Watson-teach phobia) -Acquisition -Generalization: tone A (10 CC)-tone B (9 CC)-tone C (8 CC)-tone Z (NS- discriminate) -Discrimination -Extinction - Little Albert (fear of loud noise (unconditioned stimulus): cried (unconditioned response)) - Teach fear of fury object b. Conditioning Operant Schedules of reinforcement
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