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Lecture 20

PSY 1200 Lecture 20: Module 20

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Department
Psychology (A&S)
Course Code
PSY-1200
Professor
Sandberg Elisabeth

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find more resources at oneclass.com Friday, September 30, 2016 General Psychology Basic Learning Concepts and Classical Conditioning - How Do We Learn? What is learning, and what are some basic forms of learning? • - psychologist define learning as the processing of acquiring new and relatively enduring information or behaviors - learning allows humans to adapt to environment - classical conditioning • when we learn to expect/prepare for events such as pain or food - operant conditioning • when we learn to repeat acts that bring wanted results and stop behaviors that bring unwanted results - cognitive learning • learning through others and through language things we have neither experienced nor observed - we learn through association this happens subtly • • feed our habitual behaviors -
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