AP Psychology Learning-Classical Conditioning Revision (Page 1 of 1)
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Concept of Classical Conditioning
Classical conditioning is one of psychology’s most famous learning principles. Ivan Pavlov was acclaimed with the Noble Prize for his experiments that he had conducted on digestion. He conducted experiments on dogs where he accidently saw that not only did… (91 more words) …
Five Must Terms in Classical Conditioning
These first five concepts of this learning are crucial:
- Neutral Stimulus (NS) : This is the stimulus which used as such does not give a stable and specific response. This has to be supported with another stimulus to get a… (122 more words) …
Types of Classical Conditioning
- Next, there are few words which mean the same as UCS and CS but are referred to in different manner.
- Simultaneous Conditioning: This happens when UCS and CS are presented to the individual at the same time.
- Higher-Order Conditioning/Second-Order Conditioning:… (202 more words) …
Classical conditioning vs. Operant Conditioning Summary of classical and operant conditioning
People who are energetic at early morning or the day people are because of circadian rhythms.
Types of Conditioning
- Aversive conditioning uses punishment so that the person stops doing an unwanted behavior. This is generally the strategy used for treating alcoholism.
- Avoidance conditioning is taught to an animal to avoid or prevent something that the animal doesn’t desire.
- Escape… (239 more words) …