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simple form of learning in which one stimulus comes to call forth the response of something (natural-bodily response)
trained dogs to associate one thing with another (lab coat to food) and trained rats to go through maze
when a conditioned stimulus no longer produces the same response (when a song you once loved grows old)
when an extinct response comes back from the same stimuli (fav song comes back)
when you expose someone to a harmless stimuli until a fear disppears (type of conditioning)
when people are taught relaxation techniques to overcome a fear or stress
a pleasant stimulus is paired with a fearful stimulus to over come a fear (replaces the fear)
process by which a stimulus increases the chances that a behavior will be repeated or not repeated (positive or negative)
must be learned or aquired by being paired with established reinforcers (learn something is good/bad)
-teaches correct behavior
-dont do severely
-can create anger/hostility
-can teach more wrong behavior
-not doing this can be effective too
variable interval schedule reinforcement
varying amount of time passes between reinforment (pop quizzes)
Preview: look over material
Question: ask a general question to make you critically think
Read: read material to answer your question
Reflect: bring back old info to learn new info
Recite: use methods (songs) to recite info to remember
Review: helps you remember
-distributed: over time
-massed: cramming info at once
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