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Operant Conditioning – Associative Learning (PSY, BIO)

by Tarry Ahuja, PhD

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    The lecture Operant Conditioning – Associative Learning (PSY, BIO) by Tarry Ahuja, PhD is from the course Attitude and Behavior Change.


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    1. Burrhus Frederic Skinner
    2. Ivan Pavlov
    3. Robert Rescorla and Allan Wagner
    4. Edward Thorndike
    5. Joseph LeDoux
    1. They use rewards and punishments to cause associative learning.
    2. They use laws and sanctions to influence behavior.
    3. They use conditions as a neutral stimulus to an innate response.
    4. They rely on repeated exposure to a stimulus to cause a decreasing response.
    5. They rely on repeated exposure to a stimulus to cause an increasing response.
    1. It is the increased likelihood of repetition of a behavior.
    2. Removing a negative stimulus increases the likelihood of repetition of a behavior.
    3. Removing a negative stimulus decreases the likelihood of repetition of a behavior.
    4. It is based on frequency of stimulus.
    5. Adding a positive stimulus decreases the likelihood of repetition of a behavior.
    1. Pain avoidance
    2. Bell
    3. Tokens
    4. Gold stars
    5. Academic grades
    1. Combination reinforcement
    2. Continuous reinforcement
    3. Fixed-ratio reinforcement
    4. Variable-ratio reinforcement
    5. Variable-interval reinforcement
    1. Variable-interval schedule
    2. Variable-ratio schedule
    3. Combination reinforcement
    4. Continuous reinforcement
    5. Fixed-interval schedule

    Author of lecture Operant Conditioning – Associative Learning (PSY, BIO)

     Tarry Ahuja, PhD

    Tarry Ahuja, PhD


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    By Linda P. on 17. April 2019 for Operant Conditioning – Associative Learning (PSY, BIO)

    The lecture was very well explained with very practical examples