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Classical Conditioning. Behaviorism. Study observable behavior Prize and punishments How people react to certain stimuli What can I do to make you score better? What can I do to make the opposite sex like me?. Pavlov and Classical Conditioning.

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  • Study observable behavior

    • Prize and punishments

    • How people react to certain stimuli

    • What can I do to make you score better?

    • What can I do to make the opposite sex like me?

Pavlov and classical conditioning
Pavlov and Classical Conditioning

  • Classical Conditioning- type of learning where an organism comes to associate to different stimuli with a certain response

    • Example: hear a dog bark and I know he bites after he barks. I get scared once I hear the bark

    • It is both objective and obserable

Terms form classical conditioning
Terms form Classical Conditioning

  • UCS-an event that elicits a certain predictable response typically without previous trainingUCR-an organisms automatic response to a stimuli

  • Neutral Stimulus-at first does not elicit response

  • CS-a once neutral event that elicits a given response after a period of training in which it has been paired with an unconditioned stimulus

  • CR-learned reaction to cs

  • Acquisition

Observe the demo in this demo give an example of ucs ucr cs cr discrimination generalization
Observe the demo: In this demo, give an example of: UCS, UCR, CS, CR, Discrimination, generalization

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  • UCS- water gun squirted

    UCR-flinch or squintCR: flinch or squint

    CS: word can

    acquisition: can starts to elicit CR

    Stimulus Discrimination: Words that do not sound like can= no flinch

    Stimulus Generalization: words like can= flinch