Psychology 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Classical Conditioning, Edward Thorndike, Reinforcement

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Lecture outline learning theory: operant conditioning partial reinforcement extinction, observational learning effects of media on behaviour. Sample exam question: alcohol has its effects by, a) increasing gaba, b) decreasing glutamate, c) decreasing serotonin, a) unconditioned stimulus, b) conditioned stimulus, c) conditioned response. In pavlov"s study, when he teaches the dog to salivate to a bell, the bell is the: d) increasing acetylcholine, e) both a and b, d) unconditioned response, e) both a and. Operant condition: edward thorndike, thorndike"s experiment learning by associating a behaviour with its consequences again, learning occurs when you recognize that one event predicts another. Law of effect : [refer to slide #11-13 of lecture diagram for chapter #7] Skinner"s experiment reinforcement: reward for desired behaviour: strengthens behavioural response positive or negative primary (food or the satisfaction of a biological drive) or secondary (money or praise) punishment: penalty for undesired behaviour, weakens behavioural response positive or negative.

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