AP TEST MAY 1st
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Date
Essential Q (Understand)
VOCAB (Know)
Activities (DO)




1/18
Why is Pavlov's research remarkable?
  • Ivan Pavlov
If time, use this link to play game Pavlov's Dog
1/19
Pretest and rat bonding


1/20
Begin training
Weigh FIRST TIME

1/23
Worksheet with classical conditioning examples
Write in journal
  • Neutral
  • Unconditioned stimulus
  • Unconditioned response
  • Conditioned stimulus
  • Conditioned response

1/24
What is the best order for classical conditioning?

Write in journal
  • Delayed conditioning
  • Trace conditioning
  • Simultaneous conditioning
  • Backward conditioning
Ms. Vita talked through notes using this video


1/25
Shaping activity of classmates
Write in journal
  • Classical conditioning
  • Operant conditioning

1/26
Operant conditioning with rat
Write in journal
(operant)
  • E.L. Thorndike
  • Law of effect
  • Shaping
  • Chaining
Rat B-ball star or this b-ball
Look for chaining in obstacle course
E.L. Thorndike and Law of Effect
1/30
How did Watson condition a baby to fear rats/animals?
John Watson video
Write in journal
  • John Watson
  • Acquisition
  • Extinction
  • Spontaneous recovery
  • Generalization
  • Discrimination
(2 possible ways to define...classically and operantly)


DAY 2 - operant
Do this at home...

1/31
Great videos for discrimination!
Mouse training
TWIST!
  • Acquisition
  • Extinction
  • Spontaneous recovery
  • Generalization
  • Discrimination
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2/1
Distinguishing reinforcement and punishment....
Starting to learn the MOST difficult word in the course!

Ms. Vita's mnemonic
Write in journal
  • Negative Reinforcement
DROPBOX of Ms. Vita's lesson
2/2
The most difficult WORD in this course: NEGATIVE REINFORCEMENT
  • Positive Reinforcement
In class



ANSWERS

2/3

  • Positive Punishment
  • Negative Punishment or Omission training
Finish at home


Answers to operantpractice HW paper

2/6
SOCRATIVE OPERANT CONTINGENCIES QUIZ

go to socrative.com STUDENT LOGIN

join classroom "PM316"


2/7
Our sugar daddy: BF SKINNER!
Schedules of reinforcement

Schedules of reinforcement KAHOOT

MORE PRACTICE WITH SCHEDULES OF REINFORCEMENT
http://www.quizrevolution.com/channel.php?act=107929
http://faculty.riohondo.edu/mpilati/Faculty/JQuizIDSchedule.htm
  • Fixed Ratio
  • Variable Ratio
  • Fixed Interval
  • Variable Interval

Ans:
1 $10, 20 puzzles (FR)
2 surprise quizzes (VI)
3 slot machine (VR)
4 door-to-door sales (VR)
5 clothes/dryer/cycle (FI)
6 random drug test (VI)
7 strike in bowling (VR)
8 mechanic (VI)
9 frequent flyer (FR)
10 screaming sometimes gets toy (VR)
11 Jeopardy every night 7pm (FI)
12 sunny day (VI)
13 waves (VI)
14 looking under rocks for worms (VR)
2/8

  • Premack principle
  • Robert Rescorla (expectancy theory)

Garcia and Rescorla
David Premack, U Penn
2/9
SNOW DAY - make up Friday, 2/17


2/10
Types of learning: Criticism for behaviorism

Avoidance: do behavior to PREVENT annoying stimulus
Escape: do behavior to STOP annoying stimulus

Cognitive map: mental representation of one's layout
Latent learning: learning is present,
but not shown until there is an incentive to do so...rats
run a maze but don't show their complete understanding
of it until they are reset to begin in a different arm

Bobo: the power of learning by watching or observational learning
shown when children COPY the behaviors of adult models. Most
shocking, the children invent NEW ways of showing aggression to
the Bobo Doll ---> This is Bandura's study

Modeling: watching someone perform an action/behavior and
then COPYING or MIMICKING that same behavior
  • Avoidance
  • Escape
  • Edward Tolman
  • Cognitive map
  • Latent learning
  • Albert Bandura
  • Bobo doll
  • Modeling



Tolman
Bobo Doll


Cognitive abilities of ants


  • John Garcia, Taste aversion


Study links:
7TEST

SCHEDULES OF REINFORCEMENT QUIZ - Match

http://faculty.riohondo.edu/mpilati/Faculty/JQuizIDSchedule.htm





Carl Jung collective unconscious and chromosome