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B.F. Skinner Operant Conditioning
(DEF) Learning by consequences Skinner believes modifying behavior through conditioning can be made a precise science
Laws of Conditioning 1.Law of Association 2.Repetition 3.Animals tend to do what feels good and avoid what feels bad
Skinner’s Theory on Operant Conditioning We repeat behaviors that are associated with reward and avoid those associated with punishment.
Reinforcement Positives Reinforcement = – Ex. Big Bang TheoryBig Bang Theory Negative Reinforcement = – Ex. Video Clip 2Video Clip 2
Punishment (DEF) Presentation of an unpleasant stimulus after response Effects of Punishment 1) 2) 3) 4) 5)
Skinner’s Work With Pigeons Primary reinforce Secondary reinforce Skinner Box
Behavior Modification Reward System = Teaching Machine = Conditioning =
Behaviorism B. F. Skinner.
Operant Conditioning Skinner, positive & negative reinforcement, response cost, punishment and schedules of reinforcement.
Operant Conditioning Mrs. Hensley AP Psychology. Reinforcement Theory
OPERANT CONDITIONING Learning in which a certain action is reinforced or punished, resulting in behavioral change.
Educational Psychology: Theory and Practice Chapter 5 Behavioral Theories of Learning This multimedia product and its contents are protected under copyright.
Warm up Does punishment really work with teens? If so, when is it most effective? Is there anything that might be more effective than punishment? What?
LEARNING Learning - process leading to relatively permanent behavioral change or potential behavioral change.
Learning Unit 5. Topics in Learning Unit Defining Learning Classical Conditioning Operant Conditioning Cognitive Learning.
Operant Conditioning Operant conditioning - the learning of voluntary behavior through the effects of pleasant and unpleasant consequences to responses.
Behaviorism. How do we know how to respond to different stimuli? Jumping at the sound of a loud noise. Feeling anxiety after seeing flashing police lights.
Behaviorism B. F. Skinner. B.F. Skinner ( )
Operant Conditioning. I. Operant Conditioning A type of learning that occurs when we receive rewards or punishments for our behavior A type of learning.
Operant Conditioning Big Question: Is the organism learning associations between events that it does not control (classical) OR is it learning associations.
B.F. SKINNER Lauren West. THEORY Operant Conditioning Theory The idea that the frequency of behavior is increased by reinforcement (food, praise, smiles,
Operant Conditioning Take out your notebook please!
OPERANT CONDITIONING DEF: a form of learning in which responses come to be controlled by their consequences.
Learning the Consequences of Behavior
Psych of Learning. Famous for “puzzle box” experiments of animal learning. Examined animal intelligence by testing animal learning (change in behavior).
Behavioral Theories of Learning. Behavioral Learning Theory O Behavioral learning theory- focus on the ways in which pleasurable or unpleasant consequences.
Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning, and Modeling,
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