FRHD 3150 Lecture Notes - Equivalence Class, Observational Learning, Operant Conditioning

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Midterm covers chapters 12-22; milgram study (obedience); zimbardo video; guest lecture on parenting programs; article by lance and collegues (access through course reserve: about 20 multiple choice and 15 marks short answer, march 12, 2013. Things in the environment that stimulate people. Behaviour becomes more probable in the presence of a new stimulus as a result of having being reinforced in the presence of a different stimulus previously. Stimuli in equivalence class; same classification but they probably look different (dogs can look very different from each other but are in the same class: response generalization. A behaviour is more probable in the presence of a stimulus as a result of another behaviour having been strengthened in the presence of the same or a similar stimulus. Considerable physical similarity of responses (ie. pluralizing words; moving from singular to plural) Training situation (where you get used to training; ie training in a swimming pool and doing a race in a lake)

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