When an organism responds to a new stimulus that is similar to the original conditioned stimulus
Rewarding consequences that follow a behavior
The conditioned response lessens in strength when the unconditioned stimulus stops being presented
Reinforcement that depends on a specified quantity of responses
The number of responses needed for reinforcement changes
The process of reinforcement used to sculpt new responses from old ones
An event that leads to a certain, predictable response
An event that, after training, leads to a learned response
A learned response
Conditioning that results when a person's old response becomes attached to a new stimulus
Learning from the consequence of behavior
The mental processes involved in learning
Conditioning that results from unpleasant consequences
Systematic application of learning principles to change people's actions and feelings
Conditioning in which a person's behavior prevents an unpleasant situation from occuring
A mental picture learned from repeated experience and exploration
Learning resulting from observation and imitation
Conditioning that causes an unpleasant event to stop
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