Learning. Chapter 6 Janice Ly, Jared Kingston, Jessica Campbell, Kate Bybee, Kyle Hutching. Classical Conditioning. Classical conditioning : occurs when a neutral stimulus evokes a response after being paired with a stimulus that naturally evokes a response.
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Janice Ly, Jared Kingston, Jessica Campbell, Kate Bybee, Kyle Hutching
Thorndike developed the law of effect. That is behaviors that result in satisfying states of affairs tend to be repeated … behaviors resulting in unpleasant affairs are less likely to be repeated.
Example: Bobo doll
Humans- Observe what a “role model” does, and imitates.
Animals – Have mirror neurons that fire when an animal of the same species performs a familiar action.
Mirror Neurons – monkey see monkey do
What is an example of observational learning?
What do mirror neurons do?
Complex behavior, such as grammar & social rules, can be learned through implicit learning
Explain learning by association in your own words…
When do you use learning by association?