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Be able to identify what "releasers" are associated with. Are they associated with reflexes, MAPs, or GBTs? o Releasers o What are they associated with: I am going to give you several statements about MAPs. You will need to identify which statement is true. Essentially, if you look at the slide labeled "Differences between Reflexes and MAPs" , you should be able to answer this question. o True statements about MAPs: MAPs not as stereotypic etc. Limits to Natural Selection & Introduction to Learning and Behavior Know the advantage learning has over natural selection. o Advantage learning has over natural selection: Think of the amount of time it takes to see changes in a species Know what the term "experience" means. o Experience: Changes in your environment I am going to give you several statements about learning. You need to identify which statement is true. Essentially, look through Objective 2 of these slides. Once again, make sure you understand what experience means (see above). o True statements about learning: I am going to give you several statements about language acquisition. You have to identify which statement is true. Essentially, look through the last few slides of this lecture. However, some of the information you will need for this question is not going to be found on the slides. We will discuss this during class. o True statements about language acquisition: Our language ac is due to learning, language is innate language acq device, language is a mix between environment and genetic. Genie was not mute the rest of her life but it was hard for her Be able to identify an example of a stimulus. o Example of a stimulus and what a stimulus is: Pretty much anything can be a stimulus Measuring Learning and Explaining Behavior Make sure you understand the different measures of learning (e.g., errors, topography, intensity, etc.). I will ask you
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