Week Eleven Notes
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Grace Gibson on Saturday March 26, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 4150 at Clemson University taught by Edwin Brainerd in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see Systems and Theories in Psychlogy at Clemson University.
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Date Created: 03/26/16
● If you have a dog or cat they run over when you open the food bag, you’ve done classical conditioning on them ● You can even classically condition fish because you can see the change in their behavior when you bust the food out ● Pavlov’s study isn’t just something that happens in a laboratory ● Human emotional behavior seems to work by the classical conditioning process ● We feel pride and excitement when our football team rushes down the field and that’s classical conditioning ● Another example: anticipation of pain can lead to a fear response sitting in the dentist office waiting on your appointment and hearing the drill ● A dog will be fine when you’re walking it up to the vet’s office, but when they smell the inside they might react very negatively ● Really, really smart dogs might even recognize the vet’s office from the car and negatively reacting to that ● The whole fragrance industry is based on the idea that your scent can leave part of you behind that people will respond to and remember you by and this is yet another example of how classical conditioning works ● Classical conditioning deals with human emotional responses and really any physiological response your body makes ● Pavlov also was openly critical of Joseph Stalin throughout his life ● Stalin probably murdered more Russians than the Nazis so this was rare for someone to be openly critical of him but Pavlov lives to a ripe old age anyway ● Vladimir Bekhterev was a famous Russian psychologist and Stalin invited him to do a psychological evaluation of him ○ His evaluation is honest and very negative ○ He mysteriously dies after writing this report ● Stalin doesn’t kill Pavlov because Stalin thought his research could be helpful to his strategies to get people to respond with various emotions to certain stimuli ● Pavlov is an antecedent to the behavioral psychology, but Watson is the one who really starts it
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