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PSYC*1000 Psychology in Modules - Module 20 Summary Notes

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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 1000
Professor
Benjamin Giguere
Semester
Fall

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Module 20Basic Learning Concepts and Classical ConditioningOctober 20 2013How do we learnLearning process of acquiring new and relatively enduring information or behaviors Associated learning learning that certain events occur together Events could be two stimuli classical conditioning or a response and its consequence operant conditioningStimulus any eventsituation that evokes a response Adapt to new environments through learning learn to expectprepare for significant events like food or pain classical conditioning learn to repeat acts that bring rewards avoid acts that bring unwanted results operant conditioning learn new behaviors by observing events and by watching others and through language we learn things that we havent actually experienced cognitive learning Learned association operates subtly and also feeds habitual behaviors on average behaviors become habitual after about 66 daysClassical ConditioningIvan Pavlov noticed dogs
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