Chapter 6: Conditioning and Learning
Contrast antecedents and consequences.
Be able to identify the following elements in a classical conditioning experiment:
-UR. Unconditioned Response: an innate reflex response elicited by an unconditioned
-CS. Conditioned Stimulus: a stimulus that evokes a response because it has been
repeatedly paired with an unconditioned stimulus
-CR. Conditioned Response: a learned response elicited by a conditioned stimulus
-NS. Neutral Stimulus: a stimulus that does not evoke a response
What is vicarious classical conditioning?
Explain operant conditioning principles and contrast positive and negative
Explain the process of operant extinction.
What are the seven tips regarding using punishment wisely?
Chapter 7: Memory