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Date Created: 09/17/15
Chapter 7 Learning Learning a relatively permanent change in behavior that change in behavior that occurs as a result of experiences with our environment The NS should be delivered 12 second before the IIf C o 3 general types of learning Classical learning associating something with negativity o 3 important variable with classical conditioning o The magnitude of the UCS 9 Contiguity the timing between the NS and the UCS The more times they are paired the longerthe ln wni n n n ill 0 The number of times the NS and UCS have been paired together 0 4 properties of classical conditioning o Extinction Spontaneous recover Stimulus generalization o o o Stimulus discrimination EXAMPLE CLASSICAL CONDITONING EXPERIMENTS Pavolv s salivation experiment 1927 0 Before Learning natural Uncondition FOOd unlearned eol Stimulus stimulus UCS Uncondition Sa 39 Natl uni ed ed response RiipCOQfE neutral does not stimulus NS lead to UCR 0 But Pair the tone with the food repeatedly TERM CHANG E NS o the dog he tone and ex be fed SD snnuuns pa uompuoo Condition ed Response gh there is s at the tone Puff of Air in an Eye Experiment like Glaucoma testing 0 Before Learning ucs Blinking or head jerking NS 0 During LearningPair the NS with UCS repeatedly Buzze 0 After Learning ONS Buzzer gtJ9f peel l sa Condition snlnwns ed pa Response h th ff 0 o e pu uompuOZ t come they back the person buzzer and e pu ofaw o In the Dentist s Of ce 0 Before Learning Injection with long needle Fear of UCR The waiting N S room 0 During Learning 0 After Learning Waitin g room NS NS Waiting J Room SD Condition snlnwns ed De Response oiust being uollpUOD y vusut with needle elicits fear 39 e memory Patients with Chemotherapy 0 Before Learning quot UC n 5 UC nause R hospit NS 0 During Learning Severe Nausea UCR 0 After Learning Traveli 9 NS NS Traveling to the Hospital easneN aJaAas Condition ed SD snInwns no real ind that aould ca vomitting pa uompuoo Response CR kes them sick Operant Conditioning learning process in which the probability that an organism will emit a response is increased by subsequent delivery of reinforcement o Reinforcement is delivered after the response has occurred 0 The likelihood of the behavior occurring again has increased ior Occurs orcement ning just I ovided I ppened 55 bar Or stop the shock
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