PRINLEARN Test 1

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PRINLEARN Test 1
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PINCIPLES OF LEARNING test 1
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  1. Learning is...
    a relativly perment change in behavior due to an experience
  2. what are the events which precede and proceed a response in general refered to as?
    antecendents and consequenses
  3. What is the period called when a response is being strengthened?
    Acquisition period
  4. When refereing to acquisitions, what is the strongest point where the strength of the conditioning flatlines after this point.  what is this point called
    Asymptote
  5. What is it called when the strenght of the conditioned response decreases, or eventally disapears?
    Extinction
  6. when a response has gone through a period of extinction, what is it called when the response resurrfaces, and what is the strenghth of the conditioned response after this point?
    Spontaneous recovery, and its condtioned response after the recovery is very weak, continues to weaken each time the process of recovery continues
  7. What is this:
    tone (CS) - salvation (CR)
    tone  + music (NS) - salvaition
    music (CS2) - salvation (CR)
    Higher order conditioning
  8. when you have an UCS and its UCR then you add what to create the 2nd step of the contitioning process?
    NS
  9. What is it called when one has a CR to a stimulus and then is intruduced to a new NS with out contitioning of the (higher order cond) NS and already has a CR to it?
    Stimulus Generalization
  10. When Albert had CR to fuzzy white things, and no response to Block is called
    stimulus discrimination
  11. What is the deffinition of a conditioned emotional response
    having a emotional reaction to something that was once NS
  12. What is an example of a orientaion responce
    Hear a yell, turn to look where it was
  13. what is an example of a flexion response?
    pull arm away after it just touched something hot
  14. what is an exaple of a reflex arc
    pull hand away from flame before coming into contact with it
  15. What is an example of a fixed action pattern?
    dogs wag tail when they are happy and want to play
  16. a releaser or a sign stimulus is..
    what triggers a response (beta fish see eachother, become figheters)
  17. What is Short Dealyed mean? how effective?
    tone starts alittle before shock and tone continues until shock is finished...MOST EFFECTIVE
  18. Trace is...
    when tone stops and starts before shock.  less effective then delayed
  19. Simultaneous...
    shock and tone play same time, not very effective behind trace
  20. Backward...
    is when shock then tone, lease effective
  21. fear of being bit by dog, extingurish fear in psychologist office, but then goes to park (where bit) sees a dog and the fear comes back..this is what?
    the renewal effect

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