Learning - LEARNING LEARNING A permanent change in behavior...

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LEARNING LEARNING A permanent change in behavior or capability that results from experience crucial to learning is your awareness of the associations between two or more events in the world around you (your behavior changes as a result) We will learn about three kinds of learning . . . • Learning by association (classical conditioning) • Learning by consequences (operant conditioning) • Learning by example (cognitive social learning)
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CLASSICAL CONDITIONING The process by which one associates a neutral stimulus with a meaningful one, and therefore responds to the neutral stimulus as if it was also meaningful stimulus = any environmental event Connie’s mystery . . . Before conditioning . . . bath no drooling bottle drooling
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During conditioning . . . bath, then bottle drooling After conditioning . . . bath drooling Pavlov’s experiments with dogs . . .
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tone no salivation food salivation During conditioning . . . tone,
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