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learning by association
or
classical conditioning
learning that takes place when two events are linked; creates expectations
i.e. Pavlov
Conditioned stimulus (CS)
object that you learn has importance (it's predictive)
conditioned response (CR)
learned response to an object
RA - F - S
RA (CS) - S (CR)
extinction
in associative learning
the removal or reduction of the conditioned response when the unconditioned stimulus and the conditioned stimulus are no longer associated
generalization
in associative learning
showing a conditioned response to a stimuls similar, but not identical, to the conditioned stimulus