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Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
Lesson 4 classical conditioning 2013
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  • 1. And here you were thinking that you like FCUK because they make quality clothing! Lesson 4: Classical ConditioningThursday, 4 April 2013
  • 2. Explain the difference between developmental plasticity and adaptive plasticity.Thursday, 4 April 2013
  • 3. Model Response Explanation of the difference should refer to developmental plasticity as primarily involving changes in the brain’s neural structure in response to experience during its growth and development, and adaptive plasticity as primarily involving changes occurring in the brain’s neural structure to enable adjustment to experience, to compensate for lost function and/or to maximise remaining functions in the event of brain damage.Thursday, 4 April 2013
  • 4. Objectives Describe  Pavlov’s original experiments  Describe and apply the key elements of classical conditioning (conditioned stimulus, unconditioned stimulus, conditioned response, unconditioned response, and neutral stimulus) Thursday, 4 April 2013
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  • 39. Activities In groups of 3 create a podcast simulating classical conditioning. The podcast must include and explain all the key terms. (In red at the start of this wiki).  HOMEWORK TASK: Now it is your turn to condition a dog just like Pavlov did all those years ago. Go to the following site and have a crack at it!  http://nobelprize.org/educational_games/medicine/pavlov/ pavlov.html Thursday, 4 April 2013

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