Learning. Learning: A long-term change in behavior resulting from experience. Classical Conditioning: A neutral stimulus is paired with another that causes reflexive behavior, and, in time, is sufficient to produce that behavior. . Pavlov: Classical Conditioning. Terms.
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Food paired with a
The BELL becomes associated with food, until finally
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Positive reinforcement examples:
Using stickers w/children
Using food rewards
Getting play time
Getting T.V. time
Negative reinforcement examples:
Alcohol withdrawal/drink again
Saying “I’m Sorry”
So, how do you learn a complicated, new
AND, how do you Just how do you get a dolphin to jump through hoops, a person to become a master athlete?
Partial reinforcement is used for teaching and encouraging all types of behavior!
Also, explains addictions.
…..Behavior slows down right after reward and speed up right before.
Consistent but slow responding
….High rate of response, quick rest, high rate again
….. Frequent, consistent, and high rate of behavior.