PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Operant Conditioning

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Chapter 15 respondent and operant conditioning together. N experiences often include both respondent and operant conditioning occurring concurrently. N complete behavioral explanations sometimes necessitate consideration of both www. notesolution. com. N four important areas: reaction one feels during the experience of emotion, the way the emotion is outwardly expressed or disguised, becoming aware of emotions and describing emotions, causes of emotions. N reflexive reaction of body: digestive system, circulatory system, respiratory system. N controlled by autonomic nervous system: fight or flight, relaxation, nearly every organ or gland controlled by the autonomic nervous system is susceptible to respondent conditioning. N watson did not extinguish the fear response in albert (albert left the hospital) N mary carver jones (1924) showed that fear responses can be eliminated through extinction. N displays of emotion depend on learning history operant conditioning at play. N ,-034102494382,-03,:7,9010/43934: emotion causing events, relevant operant behaviors. Imagery respondent (passive: thinking can produce brain reactions of sensations, body reactions.

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