2-17-18 PSYC 110 - 008
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Date Created: 02/17/16
Psychology 2/17/16 Class Activity Shaping Reinforcing behaviors gradually as they come closer and closer to becoming target behavior Class Activity Schedules of reinforcement Pattern of reinforcing a behavior Continuous reinforcement Reinforcing every time behavior occurs Faster learning, but also faster extinction Partial reinforcement Providing only occasional reinforcement Slower extinction Dimensions of reinforcement Number of behaviors (ratio) Amount of time (interval, ex. Paycheck) Fixed= predictable, stable Variable= unpredictable, varies in time or amount Reinforcement schedules Fixed ratio Reinforcement given after certain number of responses Fixed interval Reinforcement given after certain amount of time has passed (behavior just needs to occur at least once) Variable ratio Reinforcement given after unspecified number of responses Strongest reinforcement schedule (e.g. gambling) Variable interval Reinforcement given after unspecified amount of time has passed (behavior just needs to occur at least once) Cognitive models of Learning Stimulus response (SR learning) Doesn’t account for thinking Stimulusorganismresponse (SOR) learning Accounts for thinking Response depends on meaning of stimulus to organism Alternative ways to learn Latent learning Learning that isn’t directly observable (ex. Rat maze) Competence vs. performance Observable learning Learning by watching others Bandura’s bobo doll experiment (ex. ↑.. kid watching woman through glass beating up a doll so when the kid went in the kid also beat up the doll) Observational Learning Observational learning Mirror neurons activated both by doing a behavior and when observing a behavior
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