Description: Generalization refers to a process within operant and classical conditioning, where a conditioned response (CR) starts occurring in response to the presentation of other, similar stimuli, not just the conditioned stimulus (CS).
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Description: Classical and Operant Conditioning. Stimulus generalization can occur in both classical conditioning and operant conditioning. Little Albert's fear of white furry objects is a great example of how stimulus generalization works in classical conditioning. While the child had originally been conditioned to fear a white rat,...
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Description: Stimulus Generalization: A Definition With Examples. This occurs during the classical conditioning process. For example, imagine that a dog has been conditioned to run to its owner when it hears a whistle. The dog exhibits the same response when it hears a small child emit a high-pitched shriek. This is an example of stimulus generalization.
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Description: Stimulus Generalization and Classical Conditioning. This is stimulus generalization. The person who is afraid of snakes did not have to experience a snake of every size, shape, and color in the world. Associating the key characteristics of the snake, like long and skinny, slithery, rapid tongue protrusions from the mouth,...
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Description: Generalization occurs when an organism makes the same response to different stimuli. A classically conditioned response to a slightly different signal will depend on its resemblance to the original. A classically conditioned response to a slightly different signal will depend on its resemblance to the original.
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Description: Stimulus Discrimination vs. Stimulus Generalization. In classical conditioning, for example, stimulus generalization would involve being unable to distinguish between the conditioned stimulus and other similar stimuli. In the famous Little Albert experiment, a young boy was conditioned to fear a white rat, but he displayed the fear response upon the presentation of similar white, furry objects.
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Description: Operant conditioning: Involves voluntary behaviors; Requires the use of reinforcement or punishment; Involves placing a consequence after a behavior; Key Terms and Definitions. The following are a few of the key terms that you should know and understand related to classical conditioning and operant conditioning: Conditioned Response; Conditioned Stimulus
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Description: Discriminative stimulus. In operant conditioning, the stimulus that sets the occasion for responding because, in the past, a behaviour has produced certain consequences in the presence of that stimulus. Three-term contingency. The relation among discriminative stimuli, behaviour, and the consequences of that behaviour.
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Description: Behavioral psychology is the psychological approach that focuses on how this learning takes place. Critical Evaluation Operant conditioning can be used to explain a wide variety of behaviors, from the process of learning, to addiction and language acquisition .
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