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relative permanent change in behavior that occurs through experience learning
learning requires memory
saliva on digestion. unable to salivate cannot eat. example of classical conditioning
acquistition combine the neutral stimulus then the unconditioned simulus
generalization responding to several similar stimuli in the same way
discrimination responding to specific stimuli and not to others
extiniction weakening the conditioned response. spotaneous recovery
consequences of doing something affect whether or not you will do it again. operant conditioning
a form of learning in which the consequences of behavior change the probability of the behaviors occurance instramental learning
Throndikes law of effect cats in puzzle boxes. to get food, cat has to learn to do something
behaviors followed by desirable outcome will be streghened (they will happen again); behaviors followed by undesirable outcomes are weakened( will not happen again). Law of Effect
B.F skinner does research on what you do. you act like a jerk, you are a jerk.
A process; consequence reinforcement
anything that increases or strengthens the behavior it follows reinforcer
you give something and the behvior happens again (something added) + reinforcement
you take something away so behavior happens again - reinforcement
unlearned, innately satisfying primary reinforcement
learned, aquires rewarding value secondary reinforcement
responding to simuli based on whether or not it iwll be rewarding discriminate
being less likely to do something when no longer rewarded extinction
a consequence that decreases the likelihood a behavior will reoccur punishment
rewarding successive aprox. to a desired behavior shaping
a way to teach complex behaviors by teaching small ______ ________ component behaviors
behavior modificiation using operant conditioning to change behavior
learing that occurs when a person sees and imitates behavior observation learning
imitate to follow behavior or opposite Albert Bandura
______ ______ also play a role in learning cognative processes
much behavior is goal directed
we do certain things based on what we expect to happen expectancy
form of learning that occurs when an organism develops a sudden soultion or undering of the problems insight. YOU GET IT!
avg. life expectancy 1900 45 years old
responce to circumstances and events that treaten us and challange our coping ability stress
cirucmstance or event stressor
fight or flight walter cannon
fight or flight; changes the body goes through when it experiences sudden stress
how people select, interpret, remember and use social info social thinking
social thinking is influenced by expectations, memory, attitudes
the study of how people thinkg about influence, and related to other people. (how ind. acts in a group) social psychology
our idea about why people do what they do attribution
Created by: Mollie28