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Psych DMA. Please take out a piece of paper and complete the following: Write down the vocabulary word and definition. Choose ONE of these options and complete it. Draw a picture that illustrates/explains the vocabulary word. Rewrite the definition in your own words.

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psych dma
Psych DMA

Please take out a piece of paper and complete the following:

  • Write down the vocabulary word and definition.
  • Choose ONE of these options and complete it.
    • Draw a picture that illustrates/explains the vocabulary word.
    • Rewrite the definition in your own words.
    • Write a sentence that includes the term and the information from the definition.

Separation Anxiety

  • The baby’s fear of being away from the parent; the desire to avoid strangers.
today s agenda
Today’s Agenda
  • DMA
  • Stages of dying
    • Finish film
  • Conditioning
    • Intro
    • Different types
    • Experiment
please take out your chart

Please take out your chart

That goes with the movie…

classical conditioning
Unavoidable physical association

Associations are made between a natural stimulus and a learned, neutral stimulus

Classical Conditioning
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Classical Conditioning

Natural Reaction

Neutral Stimulus

(something you don’t normally react to)

Associate reaction & stimulus

classical conditioning example
Classical Conditioning - Example

Feel hungry (when you haven’t eaten in awhile).

4th period class (occurs near lunch)

Associate 4th period class with being hungry.

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Classical Conditioning

Pavlov’s Dogs

  • Dogs salivate when they are shown/given food. (natural stimulus)
  • Ring a bell before giving the dogs food.
  • Dogs began to salivate whenever a bell rang. (learned, neutral stimulus)
operant conditioning
Reinforcement: something that follows a response and strengthens the tendency to repeat that response.

Generalization: a behavior that spreads from one situation to another.

Operant Conditioning
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Positive Reinforcement:

Giving a dog a treat after he sits.

Praising a child for sitting still during school.

Negative Reinforcement:

Spraying a cat with water when they scratch the couch.

Different from punishment (reinforcement must happen immediately).

Operant Conditioning
social learning
Social Learning
  • Results from viewing other people.
  • Observational learning
    • The person/animal observes and imitates the behavior of others.
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Conditioning Experiment

BEFORE YOU LEAVE TODAY…

  • Complete the Conditioning Experiment handout (except the last question).
    • Create your:
      • Hypothesis
      • Steps for the experiment (explanation).
      • Type of conditioning
      • Stimulus (classical) or reinforcement (operant)

DUE Wednesday, Nov. 9th

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