Ivan Bunin

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  • Why Does The Water Smell Case Study

    The hypothesis can be supported after the results obtained because the experimental groups changed their behavior toward the vinegar. This happened beacuse the neurons that encoded the water smell were activated and this new artificially produced smell replaced the one in the air. The rats trusting their sense signaling them it was water went to taste it and had a disgusting surprise realizing it was vinegar. These results suggest that the smell of water was indeed artificially induced into the…

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  • Compare And Contrast Behaviourism And Social Learning Theory

    Throughout history there has been many different psychologists who have each theorised their own different approaches to further the knowledge of human behaviour and psychology; undertaking several social and scientific experiments in an effort to provide validity to their studies. Taking a closer look into the ‘Behaviourism’ approach and the Social Learning Theory one can describe and evaluate each perspective to help better understand the theories and gain and slight insight into the validity.…

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  • Dissociative Identity Disorder Analysis

    Part I: Applications of Classical Conditioning Treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder The treatment of the dissociative identity disorder follows a consistent observance of psychological requirements. It is important to understand that therapists have the tendency to clearly understand the best practices regarding medication. Classical conditioning is one of the methods that can be used to ensure that dissociative identity disorder patients get their treatment. Dissociative…

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  • Operant Conditioning Essay

    • Question #1: What is classical conditioning? Please briefly explain the process of how it occurs. What are two examples of a teacher using it in a classroom? (pg. 102) Scientist Pavlov discovered classical conditioning. Classical conditioning is the process that happens when a natural response happens to a conditioned stimuli. Before conditioning, there is an unconditioned stimulus with an unconditioned response and a neutral stimuli with no response. Then, the neutral stimuli is paired with…

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  • James-Lange: Theory Of Emotion

    This study will be guided by James-Lange: Theory of Emotion In 1884 and in 1885, theorists William James and Carl Lange might have separately proposed their respective theories on the correlation of stress and emotion, but they had a unified idea on this relationship - emotions do not immediately succeed the perception of the stressor or the stressful event; they become present after the body’s response to the stress. For instance, when you see a growling dog, your heart starts to race, your…

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  • Piaget And Vygotsky's Theories Of Cognitive Development

    Behaviorism is a theory of animal and human learning that only focuses on objectively observable behaviors and discounts mental activities. Theorists define learning as nothing more than the acquisition of new behavior. Theorists identify conditioning as a universal learning process that can be measured. Cognitivism focuses on the “brain”. How humans process and store information in the process of learning. Is the perspective in change in mental representations and associations brought by…

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  • Spontaneous Retivation And Extinction

    He questioned what would happen if after conditioning, the bell (CS) occurred repeatedly without the food(US)? Would the dog still salivate(CR)? It seemed that the dog salivated less and less as time went on without the food(US). This reaction is known as Extinction. Gradually the dog stopped salivating to the sound of the bell and became extinct. Extinction weakens the CR while Acquisition strengthens it. However, when the bell was again paired with the food (US) he started to…

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  • Case Study: On Being Sane In Insane Environments

    Rosenhan, D. L. (1973). On being sane in insane places. Science, 179, 250-258. Insane or Not David Rosenhan conducted a study investigating the ability to distinguish the difference between the sane and insane in insane environments. The study involved pseudopatients who travelled to separate psychological hospitals where all but one of them were diagnosed and admitted with schizophrenia after all complaining to hear voices. Once inside, the pseudopatients acted normally and…

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  • Watson's Theory Of Classical Conditioning

    Classical conditioning is a process in which behaviour is modified. It was made famous by Ivan Pavlov and the experiments he carried out by using his dogs. Classical conditioning occurs when an unconditioned stimulus is paired with a conditioned stimulus. When both stimuli have been repeatedly paired, the organism which in Pavlov’s case was his dog shows a conditioned response to the conditioned stimulus. During the 1890’s, Pavlov accidentally discovered classical conditioning when feeding his…

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  • Centrifugal Bumble Puppy Analysis

    What is “Centrifugal Bumble Puppy”? Why is it important for games to require a complicated apparatus? Centrifugal Bumble Puppy is a game. It is played with kids circled around a chrome steel tower and a ball is thrown up so it can land on top of the tower. Then it goes down through the interior of the tower and come out through a whole and it has to be caught. The kids are taught to rely on the complex machinery and it increases the consumption of material goods and therefore to boost the…

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