Comparing and Contrasting the Major Principles Associated with Classical Conditioning

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Comparing and Contrasting the Major Principles Associated With Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning and Neobehavorism Vadis Fields PSY 331 Instructor Aubra Gantt January 2, 2013 Table of Contents 1. Introduction A. Annotated Biography 2. Classical Conditioning A. The major principles associated with this theory B. The contributions of the major theorist who worked to develop each theory. C. Define the major principles associated within this theory as they relate to the psychology of learning. D. Summarize how this theory makes use of prior experience in explaining how people learn. E. Describe how this theory explains how permanent change in behavior takes place. F. Apply this theory to a real world setting (schools, treatment facility, business, and social activities). 3. Operant Conditioning A. The major principles associated with this theory B. The contributions of the major theorist who worked to develop each theory. C. Define the major principles associated within this theory as they relate to the psychology of learning. D. Summarize how this theory makes use of prior experience in explaining how people learn E. Describe how this theory explains how permanent change in behavior takes place. F. Apply this theory to a real world setting (schools, treatment facility, business, and social activities). 4. Neobehaviorism A. Describe the major principles associated with this theory B. Explain the contributions of the major theorist who worked to develop each theory. C. Define the major principles associated within this theory as they relate to the psychology of learning. D. Summarize how this theory makes use of prior experience in explaining how people learn E. Describe how this theory explains how permanent change in behavior takes place. F. Apply this theory to

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