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Published on February 1, 2009

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:  THREE KINDS OF LEARNING : THREE KINDS OF LEARNING THREE KINDS OF LEARNING (CONT.) : THREE KINDS OF LEARNING (CONT.) THREE KINDS OF LEARNING (CONT.) : THREE KINDS OF LEARNING (CONT.) THREE KINDS OF LEARNING (CONT.) : THREE KINDS OF LEARNING (CONT.) PROCEDURE: CLASSICAL CONDITIONING : PROCEDURE: CLASSICAL CONDITIONING PROCEDURE: CLASSICAL CONDITIONING (CONT.) : PROCEDURE: CLASSICAL CONDITIONING (CONT.) PROCEDURE: CLASSICAL CONDITIONING (CONT.) : PROCEDURE: CLASSICAL CONDITIONING (CONT.) OTHER CONDITIONING CONCEPTS : OTHER CONDITIONING CONCEPTS OTHER CONDITIONING CONCEPTS : OTHER CONDITIONING CONCEPTS ADAPTIVE VALUES & USES : ADAPTIVE VALUES & USES Adaptive value refers to usefulness of certain abilities or traits that have evolved in animals and humans and tend to increase their chances of survival, such as finding food, acquiring mates, and avoiding pain and injury Taste aversion learning refers to associating a particular sensory cue (smell, tastes, sound, or sight) with getting sick and thereafter avoiding that particular sensory cue in the future ADAPTIVE VALUES & USES (CONT.) : ADAPTIVE VALUES & USES (CONT.) Adaptive value explanation: animals are genetically prepared to use different senses to detect stimuli that are important to their survival and adaptation ADAPTIVE VALUES & USES (CONT.) : ADAPTIVE VALUES & USES (CONT.) Classical conditioning and emotion conditional emotional response feeling some positive or negative emotion, such as happiness, fear, or anxiety, when experiencing a stimulus that initially accompanied a pleasant or painful event sound of a rattlesnake or wail of a siren THREE EXPLANATIONS:Theories of classical conditioning : THREE EXPLANATIONS:Theories of classical conditioning

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