Traditional Learning Theories. Chapter 2. Traditional Learning Theories. Two major theoretical approaches S-R (stimulus-response) theories state that learning occurs through the association of environmental stimuli
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Excitatory potential reflects the likelihood that a specific event (S) will cause the occurrence of a specific behavior (R).
Hull believed that the intensity of instrumental activity is determined by the combined influence of several factors
SER = drive (D) * incentive (K) * habit (H) – inhibition (I)