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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 strengthens the tendency to repeat that response.:

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


How were you conditioned

How were you conditioned? strengthens the tendency to repeat that response.


Social learning
Social Learning strengthens the tendency to repeat that response.

  • Results from viewing other people.

  • Observational learning

    • The person/animal observes and imitates the behavior of others.


Conditioning experiment

Conditioning Experiment strengthens the tendency to repeat that response.

Simpsons Clip


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Conditioning Experiment strengthens the tendency to repeat that response.

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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