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IVAN PAVLOV
Ivan Petrovich Pavlov was born on September 14, 1849 at Ryazan Russia. His main interest was physiology. What made him famous was the Classical Conditioning theory. The bulk of his research was in the years 1891-1900 on the physiology of digestion. In 1903 Pavlov read a paper on The Experimental Psychology and Psychopathology of Animals. The paper gives the definition of conditioned and unconditioned reflexes. It also states that the conditioned reflex should be considered a psychological phenomenon. It was concluded that the conditioned reflex was part of highly developed forms of reactions in animals and humans to their environment. It was determined that external actions, which coincided in time with an unconditioned reflex, could become the conditioned signal for the creation of a new condition reflex. A conditioned reflex can be created and can also be repressed if it proves to be wrong too often. Pavlov also believed that conditioned reflexes could explain the behavior of psychotic people. He suggested that people who withdrew from the world may associate all stimulus with possible injury or threat. In 1904 Ivan Pavlov was awarded the Nobel Prize. He created the first learning theory which precedes the reinforcement learning theory. Classical conditioning does not include rewards and punishments which are key terms in the reinforcement learning theory. Classical conditioning is creating relationships by association. An example of Ivan Pavlov experiments went something like this: A dog sees his food and salivates. An unconditioned response. Food ->Salivation. Unconditional Stimulus ->Unconditioned Response. A bell is rung at the same time that a dog sees his food and salivates. This is repeated several times. A bell is rung without the food and the dog salivates. Bell ->Salivation Conditioned Stimulus ->Conditioned Response A bell is rung and no food is given to the dog. This is repeated several times. A bell is rung without food and the dog no longer salivates. Bell -> No Salivation Stimulus -> No Response Psychological manipulation "mind control" has been documented for over a hundred years.

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prevalence. past reinforcement) affect attention. ³Most human behavior is learned observationally through modeling: from observing others. motor rehearsal Reproduction ² reproducing the image. New York: Holt. Bandura. found this too simplistic. Originator: Albert Bandura Key Terms: Modeling. Necessary conditions for effective modeling: 1. Bandura. Englewood Cliffs. (1963). Social learning theory explains human behavior in terms of continuous reciprocal interaction between cognitive. behavior. A. Includes symbolic coding. New York: W. Self-efficacy: The exercise of control. (1969). promised (imagined incentives) and vicarious (seeing and recalling the reinforced model) Bandura believed in ³reciprocal determinism´. One¶s characteristics (e. traditional behaviorism). Social learning theory has sometimes been called a bridge between behaviorist and cognitive learning theories because it encompasses attention. Attention ² various factors increase or decrease the amount of attention paid. Later. A. complexity. Social Learning and Personality Development. NJ: Prentice-Hall. and motivation. For more information. 2. (1997). and outcomes of those behaviors. (1986). the world and a person¶s behavior cause each other. . R. see: y y y y y y Bandura. and one¶s psychological processes (one¶s ability to entertain images in minds and language). and environmental influences. cognitive organization. sensory capacities. and modeling. memory. one forms an idea of how new behaviors are performed. 3. symbolic rehearsal. Social Foundations of Thought and Action.g. Includes distinctiveness. who was studying adolescent aggression.H.e. Bandura. Social Learning Theory. Bandura. Aggression: A Social Learning Analysis. (1973). while behaviorism essentially states that one¶s environment causes one¶s behavior. attitudes. and so in addition he suggested that behavior causes environment as well. and motivation. Motivation ² having a good reason to imitate. perceptual set. imitation. A. Including physical capabilities. and on later occasions this coded information serves as a guide for action. Englewood Cliffs. that is. NJ: Prentice-Hall. A. and self-observation of reproduction. New York: General Learning Press. New York: Holt. which also emphasize the importance of social learning. Retention ² remembering what you paid attention to. mental images. arousal level. via observation. The theory has often been called a bridge between behaviorist and cognitive learning theories because it encompasses attention. A. & Walters. 4. reciprocal determinism Social Learning Theory (Bandura) People learn through observing others¶ behavior. Bandura. (1977).Social Learning Theory (Bandura) Summary: Bandura¶s Social Learning Theory posits that people learn from one another. Principles of Behavior Modification. Freeman. Rinehart & Winston. The theory is related to Vygotsky¶s Social Development Theoryand Lave¶s Situated Learning. memory. Rinehart & Winston. A. Bandura soon considered personality as an interaction between three components: the environment. functional value. behavioral. Bandura.´ (Bandura). affective valence. Includes motives such as past (i.