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innate behavior
behavior that doesn't have to be learned

simple reflexes
complex reflexes
fixed action pattern
circadian rhythms
simple reflexes
automatic response
뜨거운것에 손을대이면 금방 움직인다
complex reflexes
involves brainstem or cerebrum
이름을 부르면 처다본다
fixed action pattern
swiming acton of fish (ex)
crcadian rhythemsc
cycle of sleep and wakefulness
eating
imprinting
ex. duck thinks that first thing they see is a mother.
Habituation
simple kinda of learning involves loss of sensitivity

if the stimulus is no longer applied regularly the response tends to recover over time
classical conditoning
pavlow/salivation in dogs
aka conditioned reflects
normal innate stimulus is replaced by one chosen by the experiments
pseudo conditioning
neutral stimulus is able to elicit the response even vefore conditoning
Operant conditioning
trial and error learning
reinforcement and reward increase the likelyhood that the behavior will appear.
pecking order
when dominant member of species prevail over a subordinate one

social hierachy.