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School: Mississippi State University
Department: Psychology
Course: Applied Learning Theories
Professor: Kasia Gallo
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: learning and theories
Name: Chapter 3 Study Guide for Test 2
Description: Chapter 3 Study Guide for test 3
Uploaded: 09/19/2016
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Kasia Gallo
Mississippi State University 
Behaviorism and  Classical Conditioning EPY 4033
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Kasia Gallo
Mississippi State University 
Basic  Assumptions  •Equipotentiality (“organisms”) •Black Box; internal processes excluded from 
examination
•Neo-behaviorists – S-O-R http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-difference-between-
classical-and-operant-conditioning-peggy-andover
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Kasia Gallo
Mississippi State University 
Behaviorism: Learning •Objective study of learning: S-R •Learning: behavior change •Learning: result of environment (conditioning) •Tabula Rasa •Determinism •Behaviorism  = parsimony
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Kasia Gallo
Mississippi State University 
Pavlov’s  Classical Conditioning •Neutral Stimulus (NS) (bell) •Unconditioned Stimulus (UCS) (food) •Unconditioned Response (UCR) (salivation) •Conditioned Stimulus (CS) (bell) •Conditioned Response (CR) (salivation) •Signal learning: conditioning works best when CS 
is presented right before US (bell-food)
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Kasia Gallo
Mississippi State University 
Classical Conditioning & Learning •Fears, phobias •Food aversions •Fear of failure •Attitudes 
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Kasia Gallo
Mississippi State University 
Classical Conditioning •Common phenomena: •Associative bias (some S-R go together)
•Contiguity (same time)
•Contingency (if-then)
•Extinction
•Spontaneous recovery
•Generalization (Little Albert)
•Stimulus discrimination
•Higher-order conditioning: (bell – light)

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School: Mississippi State University
Department: Psychology
Course: Applied Learning Theories
Professor: Kasia Gallo
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: learning and theories
Name: Chapter 3 Study Guide for Test 2
Description: Chapter 3 Study Guide for test 3
Uploaded: 09/19/2016
31 Pages 45 Views 36 Unlocks
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