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by: Myrissa Webb

Intelligence PSYC 2010 - 001

Myrissa Webb
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Lecture on 9/26/16
Introduction into Psychology
Jennifer Daniels
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Myrissa Webb on Tuesday September 27, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PSYC 2010 - 001 at Auburn University taught by Jennifer Daniels in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 9 views.


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Date Created: 09/27/16
Cognitive processing and operant conditioning  In fixed-interval schedule, an animal expects that repeating the response would soon produce a reward  Rats in mazes develop a cognitive map (mental representation) even with no rewards by demonstrating latent learning (learning became apparent only when there was some incentive to demonstrate it.) Learning by observation  Observational learning  Modeling -Albert Bandura and Bobo Doll Study  Infants imitate as young as 8 months  Prosocial effects: most effective when actions and words are consistent  Antisocial effects: Tv, Video Games, Aggression in home, etc. INTELLIGENCE Development of cognitive psychology  Humans vs Computers  Similarities/Differences  Input -------> Processing -----------> Output  Speed, emotion, consistent, computers can’t learn  Human mind is able to develop new learning goals, rules, relationships, concepts, and patterns  Human mind is aware of itself  Human mind has a consciousness  Artificial Intelligence  Up to 1950's, behaviorism and psychoanalytic primary school of thought  Psychoanalytic: Freud, we are unaware of most of the things we think, say, and do; childhood behaviors  Behaviorism: looking at the observable behaviors  By late 1950's, into heyday in 1980's, cognitive psychology  Cognitive psychology: explains observable behaviors, by investigating mental processes and structures that cannot be directly observed What is intelligence  Intelligence: (in all cultures) is the ability to learn from experiences, save problems and us our knowledge to adapt to new situations  In research studies, intelligence whatever the intelligence test measures. This tends to be "school smarts"


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