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Learning: Latent & Observational Learning

Learning: Latent & Observational Learning

Learning: Latent & Observational Learning. http:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latent_learning. Latent Learning. Latent Learning – Learning that occurs without observable changes in behavior. Maze. Edward Tolman 1886-1959 USA. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Tolman,_E.C._ portrait.jpg.

By Patman
(479 views)

Warm Up

Warm Up

Warm Up. Find your group from last class. NO switching groups Get out Homework- Vocab and Operant cond wksheet and discussion questions (packet) 15 mins to review your hw and study for quiz. Warm Up- page 5. 1. How would you potty train your dog?

By betty_james
(337 views)

Learning theories

Learning theories

Learning theories. Outline. Behaviorist Humanist Cognitivist Social cognitivist Constructivist. Behaviorist. Scholars. Ivan Pavlov (classical conditioning ) (1849 – 1936) B.F. Skinner (operant conditioning ) (1904 – 1990). John B. Watson (Little Albert ) (1878 – 1958)

By tracy
(329 views)

Developmental Psychology

Developmental Psychology

Developmental Psychology. Chapter 2. Theories. What Dangers Usefulness Ability to generate predictions Heuristic Value – further thought Practical Value Explain basic development. Psychoanalytic - Freud.

By bethan
(264 views)

Observational Learning

Observational Learning

Observational Learning. Accelerated Psychology Council Rock South. Observational Learning. Definition: Learning by watching what others do and what happen to them for doing it.

By frederick
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Social Cognitive Learning Theory

Social Cognitive Learning Theory

Social Cognitive Learning Theory. What factors influence learning?. Environmental examples Cognitive examples. General Principles. Learning occurs from watching others Learning can occur without a change in behavior ( Observation without imitation)

By tavi
(405 views)

Classical Conditioning

Classical Conditioning

Classical Conditioning. Unconditioned Stimulus (meat) Unconditioned Response (salivation-to-meat) Conditioned Stimulus (bell) Conditioned Response (salivation-to-bell) Reinforcement Extinction Spontaneous Recovery Generalization Discrimination. Generalization and Discrimination.

By zona
(287 views)

Erikson’s Psychosocial Stages

Erikson’s Psychosocial Stages

Erikson’s Psychosocial Stages. Trust vs. mistrust Autonomy vs. shame and doubt Initiative vs. guilt Competence (industry) vs. inferiority Identity vs. role confusion Intimacy vs. isolation Generativity vs. stagnation (Ego) Integrity vs. despair.

By roger
(1541 views)

Social Learning Theory

Social Learning Theory

Social Learning Theory. And Instruction. Learning by Observing. Inhibition When you don’t do something you normally would . Examples Disinhibition When you do something you normally wouldn’t . Examples. More Learning by Observing. Facilitation

By yanka
(231 views)

Hockenbury and Hockenbury Discovering Psychology Fourth Edition

Hockenbury and Hockenbury Discovering Psychology Fourth Edition

Hockenbury and Hockenbury Discovering Psychology Fourth Edition. Outline PowerPoints Chapter 5: Learning. Chapter 5: Learning. Prologue: The Killer Attic Introduction: What Is Learning? Classical Conditioning: Associating Stimuli Principles of Classical Conditioning

By rollo
(669 views)

Operant Conditioning

Operant Conditioning

Operant Conditioning. B.F. Skinner (1904-1990) elaborated Thorndike’s Law of Effect developed behavioral technology. Operant Behavior Is Voluntary & Directed by Consequences. Edward Thorndike ‘ s Law of Effect: the relationship between behavior and its consequences

By bao
(180 views)

Chapter 6: Learning

Chapter 6: Learning

Chapter 6: Learning. Chapter Outline. Classical Conditioning Operant Conditioning. Observational Learning. Learning Objectives. Understand the role of stimuli and response in classical conditioning.

By teness
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Irene Pepperberg and ALEX 	(African Grey Parrot) 	 Alex taught with 	MODEL/RIVAL SYSTEM

Irene Pepperberg and ALEX (African Grey Parrot) Alex taught with MODEL/RIVAL SYSTEM

Irene Pepperberg and ALEX (African Grey Parrot) Alex taught with MODEL/RIVAL SYSTEM. Power of the Unconscious John Bargh asked subjects to sort word groups into sentences: ~ the behaved aggressively dog ~ sleep noises disturb loud ~ for patiently waiting midnight

By tanner
(283 views)

Chapter 10

Chapter 10

Chapter 10. Personality. Personality. An individual’s unique and relatively stable patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving. Personality Theory. Attempt to describe and explain how people are similar, how they are different, and why every individual is unique. Personality Perspectives.

By jamal
(68 views)

Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Chapter 7. Learning. Amber Gilewski Tompkins Cortland Community College. Classical conditioning. Learning: durable change in behavior or knowledge Ivan Pavlov: digestion in dogs

By amadis
(141 views)

Instinct

Instinct

Instinct. inborn, unlearned behavior Triggered by releasers – Ex. male Robins Inherited circuitry Fixed action pattern – not simple reflexes, not decisions Ex. Egg rolling by a goose . Will roll Fake egg too. Learning. Brought on by an experience

By kina
(340 views)

Albert Bandura

Albert Bandura

Albert Bandura. Sources of Self Efficacy. By: Matt Hull and Courtney Pieper. Goals:. Introduce Bandura Define Self-Efficacy and it’s Sources Present and Interpret Our Data. Introduction to bandura’s life. Born December 4, 1925 in Alberta, Canada

By vinny
(303 views)

Learning

Learning

Learning. By: Nick Lam and Jarvis Chow. Learning. Definition: A relatively permanent or stable change in behavior as a result of experience. How do we learn?: Association! Change may be associated with certain changes in the connection within the nervous system. Types Of Learning.

By damisi
(95 views)

Social Learning Theory

Social Learning Theory

Social Learning Theory. Learning from observation. Albert Bandura – Social Learning Theorist. Albert Bandura was born on December 4, 1925 in a small town called Mundare in northern Alberta, Canada (50 miles east of Edmonton). He was the youngest and only boy of six children.

By allie
(433 views)

Aim: SWBAT quantify behaviors in living organisms

Aim: SWBAT quantify behaviors in living organisms

Aim: SWBAT quantify behaviors in living organisms. Please Do Now: What are some characteristics that are common in animals that display highly complex behaviors such as observational learning? (These things may have forced the evolution of larger brains). Agenda.

By melia
(121 views)

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