Warm Up HAPPY MONDAY! Please sit with your 5 o clock partner
Enrichment • Reviewing sensation and perception • Work with your partner to answer the provided questions • You have 20 minutes • One sheet per partner, COMPLETE sentences!
Quote of the week • “Optimism is the most important human trait, because it allows us to evolve our ideas, to improve our situation, and to hope for a better tomorrow.” ~ Seth Godin
LEARNING • We will have a test on this unit
Classical conditioning • Person OR animal • Learning procedure when associations are made between a neutral stimulus and unconditioned stimulus
Classical Conditioning • Behaviorist theory • Study only behaviors that can be observed and measured
Unconditioned stimulus • Causes a certain predictable response without previous training • The food
Unconditioned response • Organisms natural response to a stimulus • Original salivation
Neutral stimulus • Stimulus that does NOT initially cause any type of unconditioned response • The Bell
Conditioned stimulus • Originally neutral event that causes a given response after a period of training being paired with an unconditioned stimulus • The bell
Conditioned response • LEARNED reaction to a conditioned stimuli
Example • http://www.spike.com/video-clips/0jnov0/the-office-the-jim-trains-dwight
Principles of classical conditioning • Page 244-247 • Outline the passage • I. Acquisition, II. Generalization, III. Discrimination, IV. Extinction and Spontaneous Recovery, V. Human Behavior, VI. Taste Aversions • I. Acquisition • A. Definition • B. Applied to Pavlov
Taste aversions • Example: • When little, I ate a french toast pop tart, threw up later… now even the smell of french toast makes me sick!
Human behavior Case Study Page 249
Classical conditioning • You are to create your own experiment focusing on classical conditioning, should look like the case study you just read • Focus on either human or animal • Introduction, Hypothesis, Method, (Anticipated) Results • Be sure to identify- • Neutral Stimulus • Unconditioned Stimulus • Unconditioned Response • Conditioned stimulus • Conditioned Response