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Operant Conditioning – Associative Learning (PSY, BIO)

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


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    1. B.F. Skinner.
    2. Ivan Pavlov.
    3. Rescorla–Wagner.
    4. Edward Thorndike.
    5. Joseph LeDoux.
    1. It uses rewards and punishments to cause associative learning.
    2. It uses laws and sanctions to influence behavior.
    3. It conditions a neutral stimulus to an innate response.
    4. It relies on repeated exposure to a stimulus to cause a decreasing response.
    5. It relies on repeated exposure to a stimulus to cause an increasing response.
    1. 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. Avoiding pain.
    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, MD

    Tarry Ahuja, MD


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