psych- learning

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psych- learning
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2012-12-11 18:56:46
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  1. something that produces a reaction
    stimulus
  2. an observable reaction to stimulus
    reaction
  3. a type of learning that involves stimulus-response connections, in which an unconditioned stimulus, now causes a conditioned response
    conditioning 
  4. a type of learning in which a neutral stimulus comes to elicit an unconditioned response when that neutral stimulus is repeatedly paired with a stimulus that normally causes an unconditioned response 
    classical conditioning 
  5. a stimulus that causes a response that is automatic, not learned
    unconditioned stimulus
  6. in classical conditioning , an unlearned response
    unconditioned response
  7. learned response to a stimulus that was previously neutral or meaningless (the bell)
    conditioned response
  8. a previously neutral stimulus that, because of pairing with an unconditioned stimulus, now causes a conditioned response 
    conditioned stimulus (salvation)
  9. learned avoidance of a particular food
    taste aversion 
  10. in classical conditioning, the disappearance of a conditioned response when an unconditioned stimulus no longer follows a conditioned stimulus
    extinction
  11. an extinguished response is not necessarily gone forever, when people display the extinguished response
    spontaneous recovery
  12. the act of responding in the same ways to stimuli that seem to be similar, even if the stimuli are not identical
    generalization 
  13. act of responding differently to stimuli that are not similar to each other
    discrimination 
  14. a person is exposed to the harmless stimulus until fear responses to that stimulus is extinguished
    flooding 

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