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Psych #2

Exam #2

Conditioned Stimulus From Ivan Pavlov The Bell
Unconditioned Stimulus From Ivan Pavlov The food
Unconditioned Response From Ivan Pavlov The salivation
Explain Behaviorism Learning: A change in behavior based on experience Environment alone controls how you are Past isn't important at all There is no unconscious Here & Now- Conscious Focus on Think = Feel (Feelings produced by thoughts)
Explain Learning, based on experience Learning: A change in behavior based on our experience
Classical conditioning A type of learning Making an association b/t 2 things that were previously unrelated by pairing them together over time. examples: commercials (I'm loving it "Mcdonalds", Live mas "Taco bell" Pavlov: Dog responds to bell and salivates (no food)
Counter Conditioning Used to treat fears & Phobias They gradually expose someone to their fears while paired with something they like.
Explain Law & Effect If you reward a behavior, that behavior will continue
Explain operant conditioning & shaping Operant conditioning: teaching a new task based on reinforcement & punishment Shaping: Reward small parts of the behavior until you get the result desired.
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