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Forms of Learning: Classical Conditioning

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Forms of Learning 0:03
    • Defining Learning
    • Primary Forms of Learning
    • Classical Conditioning
    • Operant Conditioning
    • Observational Learning
  • Classical Conditioning 3:54
    • Ivan Pavlov
    • Learning by Associating Two Things That Occur Together
    • How It Works
    • Example of Classical Conditioning
    • Unconditioned Stimulus
    • Unconditioned Response
    • Conditioned Stimulus
    • Conditioned Response
    • Example: Dogs
    • Example: Peoples
    • Stages of Classical Conditioning
    • Acquisition
    • Extinction
    • Spontaneous Recovery
    • Generalization
    • Discrimination
  • Features of Classical Conditioning 23:05
    • Time Delay
    • Stronger When Biological Predisposition In Place
    • Learning Happens Automatically
    • Conditioned Response Usually Is Not Stronger Than Unconditioned Response