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Exam #2 Review - Learning Memory Definitions Famous People...

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Learning Memory Definitions Famous People Social Psych Development 10 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 50 50
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Learning: 10 discovered classical conditioning while studying salivation responses in dogs Ivan Pavlov
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Learning: 20 Little Albert developed a fear of white rats through this process classical conditioning
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Learning: 30 Dr. Palfai’s stories about his niece Susie, who coughed a lot, and Lisa, a 13-year-old who kept getting on her hands and knees, illustrated this type of conditioning operant conditioning
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Learning: 40 Kohler’s experiment with the chimp who stacked up boxes so he could reach a banana illustrated this type of learning insight learning
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Learning: 50 this schedule of reinforcement is the most resistant to extinction (hint: slot machine) variable ratio SOR
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Memory: 10 the three main processes in memory: encoding, __________, and retrieval storage
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Memory: 20 the three types of memory stores, according to Atkinson & Shiffrin’s information processing memory sensory, short-term, long-term
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Memory: 30 the part of the brain essential for laying down long-term memories hippocampus
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Memory: 40 This phone number has 11 numbers, so it is too long for me to remember: 17462842934. What should I do so I can remember it? chunk it: 1-746-284-2934
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Memory: 50 What is the difference between declarative and non-declarative memory? What are the 2 subdivisions of declarative memory? Nondeclarative (procedural info: actions, skills) Declarative (factual info) Semantic (encyclopedia) Episodic (autobiography)
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Definitions: 10 giving a reward to increase the recurrence of a behavior positive reinforcement
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Definitions: 20 memory store with limited duration (20 seconds) and limited capacity (7 +/- 2 items) short-term memory
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Definitions: 30 characteristic mood, activity level, and emotional reactivity temperament
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Definitions: 40 previously neutral stimulus that has, through conditioning, acquired the capacity to evoke a conditioned response conditioned stimulus
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Definitions: 50 when newly-learned information interferes with the ability to remember previously-learned information retroactive interference
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Famous People: 10 psychologist who put operant conditioning on the map, starting with his experiments using rats and pigeons B. F. Skinner
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Famous People: 20 first person to experimentally study memory, which he did by learning nonsense syllables Herman Ebbinghaus
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course PSY 205 taught by Professor Palfai during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.

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