Psychology Notes Chapter 4 Learning Part 1
Psychology Notes Chapter 4 Learning Part 1 PSY B110
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Psychology Chapter 4 Notes Learning When experiences cause us to link things in the environment together we refer to this as associative learning In classical conditioning we learn to associate a neutral meaningless stimulus that is very important to us because of its ability to elicit a response Teachconditioning When things are closely linked together in time we say they have temporal contiguity Classical Conditioning re exive something that is natural and is something you do not need to learn how to do Re exive responseunconditioned response When learning occurs it is called acquisition An unconditioned stimulus is an event or signal that reliably elicits a response without prior learning Conditioned Stimulus is a neutral or meaningless signal hat begins to produce a response after being paired with the unconditioned stimulus Conditioned Response is a learned reaction Delay conditioningthe conditioned stimulus CS should start just before 05 sec and overlap a bit with the unconditioned stimulus Stimulus Generalization are things that are similar to the conditioned stimulus CS also produce the conditioned response CR Spontaneous Recovery is when a conditioned response reemerges after extinction has occurred after a brief rest period that is free from testing Stimulus Extinction occurs when the same signal no longer produces the same response Learning vs Performing is that what we know is sometimes different from what were capable of doing at any given moment Conditioned taste aversion is when you learn to avoid a particular food because of a previous unpleasant experience Operant conditioningvoluntary Behaviorconsequence Law of Effect suggests that behaviors that have happy endings are repeated and that behaviors that produce unhappy consequences will instead be avoided in the future Reinforcementa process that increases the probability of the behavior repeating
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