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PSYC10004 - Mind, Brain and Behaviour 2 H1 Notes

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Behavioural sciences Psychology Behavior Neuropsychological assessment Behaviorism Educational psychology Psychological theories Memory Learning Operant conditioning Reinforcement Recall
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Discover the basic elements of thought. Consciousness analysed in to elements. William James: Functionalism, focus on the function of consciousness, rather than structures, stream of consciousness. Learning: is the process by which experience or practice results in a relatively permanent change in behaviour or in potential behaviour. Many study use animal study, because the precise control. However, assumed generalization of behavior in different species. Classical Conditioning Pavlov: dog learned his footsteps means food, thus produce saliva. Reflex behaviour: natural behaviour, doesn’t have to learn Association: learn new stimulus-response relationship Unconditioned stimulus: food Unconditionedd Response: salivation Conditioned stimulus: neutral at first, after paired with UCS will eventually produce UCR Conditioned response: cause UCR without of UCS present. Condi...
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