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Carlos Alberto Solorio Vargas 2°A

Behaviorism

Learning Theories:

The importance of behaviorism in the psychology

What is?, How it works?, the experiment and results.

Social Learning
Conclusion

What is?, How it works?, the experiment and results.

What it is?

What it is?, and three laws

What is the behaviorism?

Classical Conditioning
Connectionism
Operant Conditioning
Behaviorism
Introduction
"Behaviorists propose that learning occurs through conditioning, which involves forming associations between stimulus and responses"

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Classical Conditioning

In short terms, Pavlov said that through repeated pairings of a neutral stimulus (like a bell) with an unconditioned stimulus (like food), organisms can learn to associate the neutral stimulus with the response originally elicited by the unconditioned stimulus.

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Operant Conditioning

B.F. Skinner involves learning through reinforcement and punishment. Behavior that is reinforced tends to be repeated, while behavior that is punished tends to decrease

Edward Thorndike

Connectionism

Repetition makes you improve.
Behaviors followed by a positive responses.

Be ready to learn.

Bandura proposes that we can learn by observating others. Not all behaviors come from the own experience.

Social Learning

In these slides we discover that behaviorism has had a significant impact not only on education but also on psychology. Understanding where these behaviors come from and the techniques to create new ones will help us modulate, reduce or eliminate patterns.

Conclusion