Study sets, textbooks, questions
Upgrade to remove ads
Terms in this set (36)
A relatively permanent change in behavior(unobservable mental events and responses) associated with specific stimuli and/or responses that change as a result of experience.
An unlearbed, innate, involuntary physiological response (salivation, eye blink)
A stimulus that increase the probability of a behaviors recurrence.
Occurrence of an operant response that either stops or removes an adverse stimulus. Removal of the stimulus increases liklihood that the response will occur again.
A response elicited by the conditioned stimulus; it's similar to the unconditioned response but not identical in magnitude or amount.
A formerly neutral stimulus that increases the probability of a behaviors recurrence.
A decrease in response to a stimulus after repeated of philosophy, methodology, and theory.
An approach to psychology that combines elements or philosophy, methodology, and theory. Observable behaviors.
is any stimulus that can evoke a response without the organism going through any previous learning
The learning or developing of a skill, habit, or quality.
Higher Ordering Condition
A situation in which a stimulus that was previously neutral is paired with a conditioned stimulus to produce the same conditioning response as the Co divined stimulus(extending the conditioning level).
A schedule of reinforcement in which the response is reinforced only some of the time.
Fixed Interval Schedule
A schedule in which a reinforcer occurs following a subjects first response after a fixed interval of time.
Variable Interval Schedule
A conditioning schedule such thag the time between the response and the subsequent reinforcer is variable.
A consequence that occurs after behavior and decreases the liklihood that behavior will recur.
Sets with similar terms
AP Psychology Learning (Myers and Hockenbury)
AP Psych: Learning Vocab
Other sets by this creator
Sensation and Perception
Biological Bases of Behavior
What are the three stages in the cell cycle?
Water is carried upward from the roots to every part of a plant by a. cell walls. b. phloem. c. cuticle. d. xylem.
Two students are studying plants to determine the closest relatives to cone-bearing plants. Which conclusion could they make based on the cladogram? A. Cone-bearing plants are most closely related to ferns because they both have vascular tissues. B. Cone-bearing plants are most closely related to ferns because they share the most recent common ancestor. C. Cone-bearing plants are equally related to mosses, ferns, and flowering plants because they are all in the same clade. D. Cone-bearing plants are most closely related to flowering plants because they both have flowers. E. Cone-bearing plants are most closely related to flowering plants because they share the most recent common ancestor.
Buckminster Fuller compared Earth to a spaceship. During the period called the Great Acceleration, what changes affected the spaceship analogy?
Other Quizlet sets
MTEL - SEI Bootcamp RPC
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level F Unit 1
ANSC 224 E3: Oogenesis
Chapter 5 & 6