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1Chapter 9.1: Classical Conditioning Mr. McCormickPsychology
2Do-Now: (In Journal) Pavlov’s Experiment in “Classical Conditioning” Identify the following components of Pavlov’s experiment.1.__ Neutral Stimulus2.__ Unconditioned (Unlearned) Stimulus3.__ Unconditioned (Unlearned) Response4.__ Conditioned (Learned) Stimulus5.__ Conditioned (Learned) ResponseA. Bell B. Food C. Salivation
3Classical Conditioning: Acquisition Generalization:Responding similarly to a range of similar stimuliDiscrimination:The ability to respond differently to similar, but distinct stimuliExtinction:The gradual disappearance of a conditioned response when the conditioned stimulus is repeatedly presented without the unconditioned stimulus
4Classical Conditioning: Human Application How can classical conditioning be applied to human behavior?See Figure 9.3 “Examples of Common Conditioned Responses” on pg. 247See Case Studies “The Case of Little Albert” on pg. 249
5“The Case of Little Albert” Discussion Questions:Did the results of Watson and Rayner’s experiment support their hypothesis? Explain.How did Albert’s response become generalized?How were the principles of classical conditioning used to reduce Peter’s fear of rabbits?
6Homework Read Chapter 9.2 “Operant Conditioning” PgsComplete Graphic Organizer Activity # 9 “The Two Types of Conditioning”