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8 Cards in this Set

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media,parents, friends, school
mere exposure
presence of something in the environment (accidental) continually makes you like it more
ex: song on the radio
classical conditioning
making associations between things on an unconscious level
pavlovs dogs
krosnick et all (names)
names on flashcards and then - & + images before names
liked names with + more than -
implicit egorist
we like things that are associated with ourselves
pelham et al (reader)
we live places, and do jobs that are associated with our own names
instrumental/operant conditioning
model of reward and punishment (skinner)
behavior +reward= continue
observational learning/modeling
look at what other kids/parents do and like and copy it

works best if most like you