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Classical Conditioning

The Basics of Classical Conditioning

Applying Conditioning Principles to Human Behavior Extinction

Generalization and Discrimination

Beyond Traditional Classical Conditioning: Challenging Basic

  • Assumptions

  • Key concepts for Module 15:

    Define learning and distinguish it from performance.

    Define and describe the major principles of classical conditioning, including neutral stimulus, UCS, UCR, CS, and CS.

    Apply the concepts of classical conditioning to human behavior, and define the terms extinction, spontaneous recovery, generalization, and discrimination.

    Identify the challenges that have been made to the traditional views of classical conditioning.

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