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9/26 1. Reinforcement a. http://www.alleydog.com/101notes/conditioning.html b. Positive c. Negative d. Contiguity i. The closeness in time of 2 events ii. The temporal association between two events that occur closely together in time. The more closely in time two events occurred, the more likely they were to become associated; s time passes, association becomes less likely 1. Example a. Parents leave child with babysitter or sibling b. Child acts up and causes trouble c. Babysitter says “wait till your parents get home” d. Parents come home e. Babysitter tells parents what happened f. Parents then punish the child i. NO EFFECT / POINTLESS ii. MUST PUNISH ON THE SPOT e. Conditioned reinforcement i. Money ii. Praise iii. Grades 2. Classical Conditioning a. E.B. Twitmyer i. True discoverer of classical conditioning ii. Neurophysiologists iii. Wanted a quick way of diagnosing what the patient was suffering from 1. Patelar reflex a. Doctor hits patient with hammer just below knee b. Sounds bell right before he hits their knee
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