Psychology - week 6 - chapter 6
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Learning is defines as:
any enduring change in the way someone/something responds based on its experience
classical conditioning is:
- an environmental stimulus that leads to a learned response.
- this is done through pairing unconditioned stimulus with a previously neutral conditioned stimulus or learned reflex.
unconditioned response is:
a response that does not need to be learned.
conditioned response are:
learned reflexes that have been adapted from experiences.
operant conditioning means:
learning to operate on the environment and produce a consequence
reinforcement refers to:
a consequence that increases the probability that a response will occur
a consequence that decreases the probability that that response will occur again
cognitive social theory:
incorporates concepts of conditioning from behaviourism but adds cognition and social learning
as humans, we develop mental images and expectations about the environment. These influence our:
social learning refers to:
learning that occurs through social interaction
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