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In Pavlov’s experiment, the meat powder was identified as this producing salivation Unconditioned Stimulus
This occurs when a dog responses to a clicker or a whistle with the same response Generalization
In Pavlov’s experiment, in the beginning (before learning) this was the sound of a bell Neutral stimulus
After conditioning has died out, Dwight can re- learn to expect an Altoid after Jim restarts his computer much quicker the second time Spontaneous recovery
If you become ill after eating the salad bar from Golden Corral, you will be more likely to blame the food at Golden Corral and never eat there again Taste Aversion
Giving a dog a treat when you are trying to teach him how to sit Positive reinforcement
In Pavlov’s experiment this (salivating) resulted from presenting the dog with meat powder Unconditioned Response
In Pavlov’s experiment, after learning or conditioning the sound of the bell produces this (salivating) Conditioned Response
A dog that knows to respond differently to a different hand signals Discrimination
After learning to “stay” a dog owner stops giving a dog rewards for “staying” so the response will eventually die out Extinction
When a child is scared going through a haunted house and they are allowed to exit before the end of the haunted house Escape conditioning
Pavlov’s dogs, fears, even Dwight from “The Office can be taught through this Classical conditioning
Bingo or slot machines are an example Variable ratio
Giving a child ice cream for good behavior all week at school or giving a child candy to stop a temper tantrum in the grocery store Reinforcement
An example would be a two week salary paycheck Fixed interval
Food, drink, shelter, basic clothing Primary reinforcer
Cleaning your room to get your mom to stop nagging you about it Negative reinforcement
Swimming or riding a bike is this Response chain
Receiving time out after hitting your little sister for a toy Punishment or aversive control
Receiving a reward for good grades or consequences for bad grades Operant Conditioning
Complaining to your parents and saying you have to work to avoid Sunday dinner at Grandma’s house Avoidance Conditioning
Motivators such as money, status, prestige, or praise Secondary reinforcer
Teaching a child to write their own name – praising the child for getting the first letter and each letter after that Shaping
Getting a taxi in the city or pop quizzes Variable interval
Picturing the location of the movie theater in Kennesaw and describing how to get there Cognitive map
A student receiving a reward for earning five stars for good behavior all week Token economy
A teacher who thinks about different ways to explain the math problem for different types of learners Cognitive Learning
Learning that “the human head weights eight pounds” from the movie Jerry McGuire Latent learning
At a new school you do not know what to do with your lunch tray, so you watch other students for what to do at the end of lunch Modeling
After repeated attempts to understand the vocabulary in Spanish, the student gives up and decides it’s too hard Learned helplessness
You can learn to dance from YouTube videos or in a class with guided instruction, practice, and technique but both methods demonstrate this concept Social learning
Classical conditioning, operant conditioning and social learning all demonstrate this Behavior modification
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Learning How do we learn?. What is Classical conditioning? Ivan Pavlov (Respondent Behavior)
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Operant Conditioning Operant conditioning - the learning of voluntary behavior through the effects of pleasant and unpleasant consequences to responses.
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