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By: Team Members NamesDateIntroduction(Fredholm, 2001)B.F. Skinner(Kitchen, 2010)The use of Punishment and Rewards to change:LearningCognitionHabitsBehaviorsThe Skinner Box(Nina, 2010)Items around today because of his Theories:Teaching MachinesActivities for baby cribsProgrammed learningIvan Pavlov(Advameg, Inc. )Ever since Pavlov trained dogs to salivate for meat powder at the sound of a bell,psychologists have used the principles of classical conditioning to study how animalsand humans learn (Goode, 2003 p. 1).Classical ConditioningUnconditioned StimulusUnconditioned ResponseConditioned StimulusConditioned ResponseTheoretical Concepts(Raine, 2010)Modern Day RelevancyAdvertisementResearchRaising ChildrenTraining DevicesConclusionReferencesAdvameg, Inc. . (n.d.). Ivan Pavlov . Retrieved February 13, 2011, from Notable Biographies:http://www.notablebiographies.com/Ni-Pe/Pavlov-Ivan.htmlButler-Bowdon, Tom (2007), 50 Psychology Classics: Who we are, how we think, what we do, insight and inspiration from 50key psychologists. Pages 267-271Fredholm, L. (2001, May 15). Pavlov's Dog. Retrieved February 13, 2011, from Nobel Prize:http://nobelprize.org/educational/medicine/pavlov/readmore.htmlGoode, E. (2003). Studying Modern Day Pavlovs Dogs, of the Human Variety. The New York Times. Retrieved fromhttp://www.hnl.bcm.tmc.edu/articles/Studying%20ModernDay%20Pavlov's%20Dogs,%20of%2 ...
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