The Neural Representation of Information in the Brain EXAMINATION 1 Feb 4

The neural representation of information in the brain

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The Neural Representation of Information in the Brain EXAMINATION 1: Feb. 4 SECTION II: METHODS OF MOTIVATING VOLUNTARY BEHAVIOR Feb. 18 Feb. 6 6 Operant Conditioning: The Role of CONSEQUENCES in Strengthening Behavior Feb. 11-13 7 Influence of Reinforcement Schedules on the Quantity & Quality of Responding Feb. 18-27 9 Operant Theories & Research: Attempts to Explain Why Reinforcement WORKS! EXAMINATION 2: March 4 (No Class on Feb. 20) SECTION III: FACTORS GOVERNING INVOLUNTARY RESPONDING March 27 March 6 8 Theoretical Foundations of Avoidance & Punishment March 11-13 No Class: Spring Break March 18 8 The Source of Continued Failure: Understanding Learned Helplessness March 20-27 4 Foundation, Principles & General Instances of Classical Conditioning April 1-3 5 Theoretical Models To Explain Classical Conditioned Behaviors EXAMINATION 3: April 8 SECTION IV: EXCEPTIONS TO THE RULES: CURRENT RESEARCH ON LEARNING & MEMORY April 22 April 10 5&6 Biological Constraints on Operant or Classical Conditioned Responses (pp 103-110; 136-143; 178-179) April 15-29 11 Cognitive Neuroscience & Memory Research: Animals & Humans FINAL EXAMINATION: May 1 (2:00 pm - 5:00 pm)
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