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PSYC 340 Psychology of Learning (4)

A systematic introduction to the nature of the learning process, emphasizing a topical/theoretical orientation. Major topics covered include the historical legacy of neobehaviorism, classic and contemporary Pavlovian conditions, techniques of instrumental learning, the nature of reinforcement, aversive learning, generalization and discrimination, and recent developments in the field. A service learning component is included.

  • General Education Requirement: Natural Sciences, Social Sciences; World Engagement: Service Learning
  • Prerequisite: PSYC 210
  • Offering: Annually
  • Instructor: Staff

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