Pschology Chapter 7

Pschology Chapter 7 - Chapter 7 Learning relatively...

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Chapter 7 Learning: relatively permanent change in behavior that results from experience Two types of learning: Non-association: learning about a single stimulus o Habitation: learning that is characterized by a decrease behavioral in response to an innocuous stimulus. (we regard to new stimulus, not to familiar stimulus) o Sensitization: learning when there is an increase in behavioral response to an intense stimulus Association learning: learning the relationship among events, learning beyond simple a associations (Is an apple good for you? Then all fruit is good for you ) includes classical conditioning, instrumental conditioning, and complex learning Pavlov’s Classical Conditioning: learning process in which a previous neutral stimulus becomes associated with another stimulus with repeated pairing with that stimulus Unconditioned stimulus: UCS: inborn response, automatically elicits a response without prior conditioning Unconditioned response: UCR: response originally given to the unconditioned
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course PHL 103 taught by Professor Tibbetts during the Spring '08 term at University of Dayton.

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