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Chapter 5- Wednesday September 28

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Chapter 5- Wednesday September 28 PSYC - 11762 - 004

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Chapter 5- Learning: Explanation, Prediction. Intervention
Sharon M Sciartelli (P)
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Date Created: 09/28/16
Chapter 5 Continued… Stimulus Generalization - A stimulus similar to CS elicits CR (not one trained on) - Greater the similarity, stronger the CR - Causing the same reaction but new stimulus Extinction - Learned response disappears. (Follows removal of Unconditional Stimulus in Classical Conditioning) Spontaneous Recovery - Learned response reappears without any new training - A kid scared of dogs and then cured, eventually a dog makes the fearful again (The extinct response comes back) Conditioned Emotional responses: (Subset of classically conditioned responses) - Feelings triggered by a stimulus from past experience (reaction to songs, smells, people, etc) Can lead to ​PHOBIAS- ​ irrational fear responses (Fear of dogs) Taste Aversion (form of Classical Conditioning) Conditioned​ taste aversion: - A negative biological response (like Nausea) to a particular taste (after just one pairing) Biological Preparedness​: - We learn some things more easily (quicker) due to potential survival value Classical conditioning and you Examples of CC in real life……. (automatic BIO + Emotional) ● Phobias? ● General good/bad feelings( links to people, smells,places ○ Advertisers (use sex and celebrities to sell) ● Medical Treatments ● Psychological Treatments Operant Conditioning: - Learn (change frequency) ​voluntary​ behavior due to its ​Consequences Thorndike’s law of effect- 1905 Behaviors followed by good, are repeated (increase) Behaviors followed by bad, are not repeated (decrease)


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