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PSYCH-UA 25 Lecture 11: evolutionary psych 44
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in the evolutionary histories of the two species
What do animals learn in S-S learning
Through classical conditioning animals learn that one kind of event predicts another
Explain the concept of inclusive fitness
An organisms ability to engage in behaviors that perpetuate the genes that they share
with other members of the species
What are adaptations
The new characteristics of a species that were perpetuated because they helped the
organism to survive
Explain the concept of the survival of the fittest
Darwin defined fitnes Operant conditioning animals learn that some responses lead to
certain outcomes
According to Bolles, does learning require reinforcement
Expectancy learning does not require reinforcement, but is influenced more by temporal
order and contiguity between the S and S or the R and S
What is the law of equipotentiation
The notion that
of the evolutionary histories of the organism, while others are learned easily.
Expectancies that are easily learned in one species may not be easily learned in
another species because of differences s as the ability to produce offspring any S-S or
R-S expectancy can be learned in any species
Did Bolles agree with this law?Why or why not
No. Some expectancies can't be learned because most offspring. Length of life is
connected to whether or not the animal has characteristics that allows it to effectively
interact with the environment.
. Animals that live longer are the ones that produce the Therefore, survival of the fittest
has to do with survival of those animals who have the characteristics that allow them to
effectively interact with the environment
What do animals learn in R-S learningOperant conditioning animals learn that some
responses lead to certain outcomes
According to Bolles, does learning require reinforcement
Expectancy le the evolutionary histories of the organism, while others are learned
easily. Expectancies that are easily learned in one species may not be easily learned in
another species because of differences in the evolutionary histories of the two species
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in the evolutionary histories of the two species What do animals learn in S-S learning Through classical conditioning animals learn that one kind of event predicts another Explain the concept of inclusive fitness An organisms ability to engage in behaviors that perpetuate the genes that they share with other members of the species What are adaptations The new characteristics of a species that were perpetuated because they helped the organism to survive Explain the concept of the survival of the fittest Darwin defined fitnes Operant conditioning animals learn that some responses lead to certain outcomes According to Bolles, does learning require reinforcement Expectancy learning does not require reinforcement, but is influenced more by temporal order and contiguity between the S and S or the R and S What is the law of equipotentiation The notion that of the evolutionary histories of the organism, while others are learned easily. Expectancies that are easily learned in one species may not be easily learned in another species because of differences s as the ability to produce offspring any S-S or R-S expectancy can be learned in any species Did Bolles agree with this law?Why or why not No. Some expectancies can't be learned because most offspring.
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