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 • 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 • 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 • CAN, dish, CAN, bridge, scale, can, fan, board, CAN, cool, three, horn, disk, CAN, can, cast, test, pen, dime, CAN, dish, van, can, card, stand, meat, pad, can, dish, set, can, tree, ice, plum, can, cost, bird, glass, can, light, can, sword, juice, can, dish, rock, smoke, grease, dish, keep, kid, tan, dice, hole, set, dish, eye, friend, wax, bill, bulb, dish, class, mine, mark, work, can, dish, can, bus, dish, phone, can, smart, first, can, crack, feet, can, tub, bowl, can, van, day, can, rake, dish, CAN, bluff, risk, CAN, salt, dish, CAN, ball, stack, CAN, rain, hat, food, can, van, disk, tree, can, cup, can, lime, CAN, dish, girl, chalk, can, dish, CAN, key, screen, ran, CAN, disk, CAN, knob, bag, tape, CAN, dish, clip, CAN, air, ban, cheese, CAN, door, can, box, dish, hair, CAN, ring, nail, CAN, boat, cap, dish, CAN, crane, wheel, fire, CAN, dish, king, cape, apple, CAN, dog, blue, can, dish, CAN, take, call, brick, pair, CAN, spin, chair, CAN, camp.
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