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Permanent change in behavior that results from experience
LEARNING
When you pair two or more things together and learning takes place

Open the pantry and prints comes running in

Pavlov and his dogs that salivated at the sound of the bell
CLASSICAL CONDITIONING
Any object that produces a reaction or a response
STIMULUS
Normally doens't cause a response

BELL
NEUTRAL STIMULUS
not learned

MEAT
UNCONDITIONED STIMULUS
object through learnging that causes a resonse

RINGING OF BELL
Conditioned stimulus
Learned response

SALIVATE AT BELL
CONDITIONED RESPONSE
After you learn this is the tendecnty to respond to toher similar stimuli in the same way
GENERALIZATION
the ability to respond to certain stimuli in one way and similar stimuli in another
DISCRIMINATION
when the object through learning that causes a resonse dies out
EXTINCTION
revival of extinguished response
SPONTANEOUS RECOVERY
we are classically conditioned to say that if we got sick it was becuase of new food we tried
TASTE AVERSION
expose yourself to that fear, very unpleasant
FLOODING
step by step procedure

(inch in the water)
SYSTEMATIC DESNSITIZATION
pair a pleasant stimulus with a feared one; try to get rid of an undesirable behavior
COUNTER CONDITIONING
11 months old at johns hopkins university and John Watson believed tha from birth you could train anyone ot be anything and he wanted to make him scared of a bunny by banging metal bards behing him and he did indeed get scared of the bunny
LITTLE ALBERT
The NS of little albert project
RABBIT
USC of LA
STEEL BARS/NOIS
UCR of LA
AFRAID OF NOISE
CS of LA
RABBIT
CR of LA
FEAR OF RABBIT
3 year old boy
Mary Cover Jones was the counselor who studied under watson.
Mother came to Jones because little boy was afraid of rabbits and she got rid of his fear by having him watch young children playing with the rabbits
PETER
learning occurs based on rewards and punishments
OPERANT OCNDITIONING
taught pigeon to push a contorl panel that would guide something to hit a target
trained the pigeon to push a issal to a target in war
PROJECT PIGEON
Animal pushes a lever and you teach them to do a behavior based on reinforcement
SKINNER BOX
NORAMLLY DOESN'T CAUSE A REACTION
neutral response
increase (occurs more often)
REINFORCEMENT
train prints to shake adn he gets osmething in return
POSITIVE
behavior is reinforced because something unwanted stops happening or is removed/ avoided
NEGATIVE
decreases the problem of something happening
PUNISHMENT
natural, survival type reinforces
PRIMARY
learned
SECONDARY
greedy
FOR MONEY OR ATTENTION...IF YOURF REIND DOENS'T WANT TO SHARE ANY ATTENTION
GENERALIZED
frequent response to paired with an infrequent one
PREPOTENT
reinforced every time you do something right
CONTINUOUS
every so often you get reinforced
PARTIAL
set number of correct answers
FIXED RATIO
reinforecd for an average number of correct answeres

slot machines
VARIBALE RATIO
reinforced after a set time
FIXED INTERVAL
timing is unsure, you don't know when you are going to get rewarded
VARIABLE INTERVAL
reinforce successive apporimamtions of a desired response
SHAPING
start with the finished response and work backwards
CHAINING
help psychologically
SUPERSTITIONS
if people are looking up towards the sky, you probably will too
MODELING/IMITATION
opposite of imitation
AVOIDANCE
11 months old at johns hopkins university and John Watson believed tha from birth you could train anyone ot be anything and he wanted to make him scared of a bunny by banging metal bards behing him and he did indeed get scared of the bunny
LITTLE ALBERT
The NS of little albert project
RABBIT
USC of LA
STEEL BARS/NOIS
UCR of LA
AFRAID OF NOISE
CS of LA
RABBIT
CR of LA
FEAR OF RABBIT
3 year old boy
Mary Cover Jones was the counselor who studied under watson.
Mother came to Jones because little boy was afraid of rabbits and she got rid of his fear by having him watch young children playing with the rabbits
PETER
learning occurs based on rewards and punishments
OPERANT OCNDITIONING
taught pigeon to push a contorl panel that would guide something to hit a target
trained the pigeon to push a issal to a target in war
PROJECT PIGEON
Animal pushes a lever and you teach them to do a behavior based on reinforcement
SKINNER BOX
NORAMLLY DOESN'T CAUSE A REACTION
neutral response
increase (occurs more often)
REINFORCEMENT
train prints to shake adn he gets osmething in return
POSITIVE
behavior is reinforced because something unwanted stops happening or is removed/ avoided
NEGATIVE
decreases the problem of something happening
PRACTICE
information is hiddenbut canprobably be brought up if you need it
LATENT LEARNING
CAN LEARN A LOT JUST BE OBSERVING
OBSERVATIONAL LEARNING
robinson gave us the PQ4R method
1. Preview
2. question
3. read
4. reflect
5. recite
6. review