inborn pattern of behavior that is characteristic of a species
behavior that is not learned through experience
stimulus that triggers a specific behavior
process of eventually ignoring a repeated stimulus.
process by which a newborn animal quickly learns to recognize another animal, such as a parent
process by which an organism learns a behavior by observing other individuals
process by which an organism learns to associate a previously neutral stimulus with a reward or punishment
process by which a behavior increases or decreases as the result of a reward or punishment