PSYC 325 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Reinforcement, Precommitment, Latent Inhibition

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Second trial: receive less exciting reinforcer much less reinforcing: reinforcers categories: drive reduction (hull, primary a. i. a. ii. Drive reduction theory: all learning reflects the innate, biological need to reduce these drives by obtaining primary reinforcers: secondary b. i. b. ii. b. iii. b. iv. It"s ok to speed when no police is around: concurrent reinforcement can undermine the punishment c. i. Press level to get food in spite of the shock: punishment leads to more variable b. R will occur in the future but does not know what response will occur instead of r. Its good if prim goal is to eliminate b. Not good for training desired b d. i. d. ii. d. iii. Punishment is most effective of strong punisher is used from the onset: punishment is effective when initial intensity requirements. Need extreme punishment to deter for the first time f. i. Classical vs operant: similarities, power law of learning a. i. Learn faster initially: extinction, latent inhibition c. i.

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