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ECH 101

Chapter 3 and 4

TermDefinition
Development The stages a individual goes through during their life span.
Theory A group of general ideas for explaining a phenomenon.
Hypotheses A theory that is test upon and interpreted.
Maturation The body matures.
Nature The belief that genetics and character determines development.
Nurture The belief that environment and experiences determines development.
Unconscious Occurs below the level of a conscious thought.
Psychosexual Freud's theory of sexuality.
Psychosocial Erickson's theory of a child figuring out who they are which each stage helps from the previous stage.
Classical Conditioning A form of learning in which one response triggers another. Boy and the rat. Involuntary reflexes
Stimulus-response A stimulus that recalls a response in a person from learned habits. Bell and dog salivating.
Operant Conditioning A form of learning which is focused on the response rather then the stimulus.
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