Lectures 13 & 14 Notes
Lectures 13 & 14 Notes Psych 1004
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Lecture 4, Learning Psych 1004 Key Terms Stimulus Generalization When stimuli elicitsimilar responses to previouslyconditioned stimuli after the response has been onditioned Stimulus Discrimination Learning to respond stimuli similar to the original s well Conditioned Emotional Response John. B Watson (Father of Behaviorism) and Littl lbert with rats Operant Conditioning The use of reward and punishment to reinforce ertain voluntary ehaviors The Premack Principle More probable behaviors will reinforce less probable ehaviors Shaping Reinforcing pproximate behaviors o get towards a goal behavior Observational Learning Important in childhood Latent Learning Learning that only becomes clear when the incentive for itis demonstrated Direction Motivation Behavior *Training without education isnot enough to change behavior Intrinsic Reward Inside neself Success Seekers Example: Loving o learn Extrinsic Reward Reward comes from utside oneself Failure voiders Examples: Grades, oney Lecture 13, Sleep Psych 1004 *read sleep chapter of book, itwill be on the test* Narcolepsy Falling asleep uncontrollably Cataplexy (excitement causes aralysis) Hallucinations Night Terrors Stage Somnambulism Sleep alking (common in deep leeping thletes) Sleep pnea Loud snoring CO 2 receptors not relaying information to breathing muscles Sudden Infant eath Syndrome Premature abies suffocate Bruxism 80% of people have episodes Grinding teeth Stage 1 2 Stress elated Helped by sleeping eeper Enuresis Bed wetting Physically active people too exhausted to get up to pee
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