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Cognitive Psychology

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Ariannys Cabrera

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Transcript of Cognitive Psychology

Cognitive Learning
Cognitive Learning


The type of learning in which a response naturally elicited by one stimulus comes to be elicited by a different, formerly neutral, stimulus. This is learning to associate one event with another.


Operant Conditioning:
Vicarious Learning:
Cognitive
Classical Conditioning
Operant Conditioning
Vicarious Learning
Latent learning:
Cognitive Map:
Learning that is not immediately reflected in a behavior change. We do not need to show our learning in order for learning to have occurred.
A learned mental image of a spatial environment that may be called on to solve problems when stimuli in the environment change.
This is learning to make or withhold a certain response because of its consequences.
Classical Conditioning:
experienced or felt by watching, hearing about, or reading about someone else rather than by doing something yourself
An example of cognitive learning and forming a mental map is a girl reading a book and imagining what is happening in her head.
In cognitive learning, the individual learns by listening, watching, touching, reading, or experiencing and then processing and remembering the information.
The learner is active, in a cognitive way, in processing and remembering newly incoming information.

Cognition In-depth
Insight
Example
is a subdiscipline of psychology exploring internal mental processes. It is the study of how people perceive, remember, think, speak, and solve problems.
There are 4 types of learning in Psychology:
Cognition Presentation
Ariannys Cabrera
Indira Santos
Sue Donya
Brittnay Ravels
Aisha Rosario
Jennifer Roldan
Cameron Lester
LA101-04
Professor Young
02/12/14
Learning that occurs rapidly as a result of understanding all the elements of a problem
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