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January 13, 2012 1. Classical Conditioning: Pavlov’s Dogs a. Ivan Pavlov – Russian physiologist studying salivary glands a.i. Unconditioned stimuli paired with conditioned stimuli conditioned response 2. Operant Conditioning a. Conditioning a response with positive and negative feedback b. Continuous reinforcement schedule has greater effect on behavior than Partial reinforcement schedule c. Extinction – elimination of a learned behavior c.i. Treatment of anxiety disorders, gambling addiction 3. Development and maintenance of fear a. Classical conditioning (development) a.i. Fall of bridge (unconditioned stimulus) fear (unconditioned response) a.ii. A bridge (conditioned stimulus) Fear (conditioned response) b. Operant conditioning (maintenance) b.i. Avoid bridges (behavior) Decreased anxiety (effect) 4. Social Learning Theory a. Learn behaviors by watching others a.i. Modeling : imitate behaviors of important people in one’s life a.ii. Observational learning : person observes rewards and punishments another person
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2012 for the course CLP 4193 taught by Professor Melissamitchell during the Spring '12 term at FSU.

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