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Transcript of Learning

+/- Reinforcers & +/- Punishment
Classical Conditioning

Cognitive Approaches
Operant Conditioning
"Taking charge of your own learning is part of taking charge of your life, which is the sine qua non in becoming an integrated person."
- Warren G. Bennis

New Developments
Unconditioned Response (ur)
Unconditioned Stimulus (us)
Conditioned Response (cs)
Conditioned Stimulus (cs)


Vygotsky's Social Development

Kolb's Learning Theory
tabula rasa
freely given responses
discriminative stimulus
B.F. Skinner

Cognitive Map
Latent Learning
Observational Learning & Bandura's Social Learning Theory

Piaget (assimilation/accommodation/equilibration)
Learning is a subjective, interactive process
yellow paint + blue paint = __________
Learning processes are socially mediated not universally
future behaviors are affected by the consequences of current behaviors
outcome dependent upon a previous behavior and increases the likelihood of repeat behavior
- reinforcer -removal of an undesirable outcome i.e. escape
getting closer!
driving or grocery store
Did you learn it? Let me see it!
us -----------> ur
us + cs ------> ur
cs -----------> cr
Kids Learn from Cooking
"If we let ourselves, we shall always be waiting for some distraction or other to end before we can really get down to our work.  The only people who achieve much are those who want knowledge so badly that they seek it while the conditions are still unfavorable  Favorable conditions never come." - C.S. Lewis

"We are all failures - at least the best of us are." - J.M. Barrie

"It's not that I'm so smart.  But I stay with the questions longer."  - Albert Einstein
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