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Ch 8 - Learning Theory: Pavlov, Watson, and Skinner


Ch 8 - Learning Theory: Pavlov, Watson, and Skinner

 

Pavlov and Classical Conditioning

Biographical Introduction

Basic Concepts

The Classical Conditioning Paradigm

Extinction

Stimulus Generalization

Discrimination

Higher-Order Conditioning

Evaluation

Watson

Biographical Introduction

Basic Concepts

Environmentalism

Study of Emotions

Conditioning Fear in Little Albert

Practical Applications

Evaluation

Skinner and Operant Conditioning

Biographical Introduction

The Operant Model

Principles of Conditioning

Reinforcement and Extinction

Immediacy of Reinforcement

Discriminative Stimuli

Generalization

Shaping

Behavior Chains

Schedules of Reinforcement

Negative Reinforcement and Punishment

Internal Events: Thoughts, Feelings, and Drives

Thoughts

Feelings

Drives

Species-Specific Behavior

Practical Applications

Behavior Modification

Programmed Instruction

Evaluation

 

Last Revised: February 17, 2007 1:14 PM

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