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Lecture 27

PSYCH-UA 25 Lecture 27: evolutionary psych 555
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flexibility ions The R-S expectancies that can be learned are limited because the motivation that is involved in this type of learning (hunger, thirst, the need to escape painful stimuli) produces innate response bias Explain Bolles' concept of niche. What did he say about the relationship between niche and learning Learning must be understood with the organism's evolutionary history. Animals are obligated to learn some things and not to learn others depending on their niche. Teaching the animal a task that capitalizes on its niche will be met with success. Teaching the animal a task that violates its niche will be he will b in escape/avoidance learning Because they have innate species specific defense reactions (SSDR) that they display in threatening situ Discuss the Petrinovich and Bolles study Phase 1: learning to turn left or right for water or food, water group performed better. Phase Learning must be understood with the organism's evolutionary history. Animals are obligated to learn some things and not to learn others depending on their niche. Teaching the animal a task that capitalizes on its niche will be met with success. Teaching the animal a task that violates its niche will be e for water. Why don't animals display a lot of response ations How can motivation restrict response flexibility in learning situations The R-S expectancies that can be learned are limited because the motivation that is involved in this ty
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