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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «S-R CONNECTION»
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Law of Use states that the strength of S-R connection is increased by exercise. It
is a generalization that states that responses, functions, association, etc. which
are practiced, exercised or rehearsed or used are strengthened relative to those
HARDEEP KAUR SHERGILL, 2010
The Principles of Learning and Behavior: Active Learning Edition
According to this idea, conditioning establishes a new stimulus-response, or S-R
connection between the CS and the CR. An important alternative view is that
subjects learn a new stimulus-stimulus or S-S connection between the CS and
Michael Domjan, 2009
Animal Learning and Cognition: An Introduction
The fact that an animal is willing to make a response, even though it will reject the
reinforcer that normally follows the response, is just what would be expected if
the original training resulted in the growth of an S-R connection. In other words ...
John M. Pearce, 1997
Thorndike put forth the law of effect that states that if the consequences of a
behavior are pleasant, the stimulus-response (S-R) connection will be
strengthened and the likelihood of the behavior will increase. However, if the
consequences of ...
Allyson J. Weseley, Robert McEntarffer, 2010
Enhancing Learning in Training and Adult Education
However, he later deemphasized the importance of annoyers (punishers) in
terms of weakening of behavior, and focused instead on the role of rewards (
satisfiers) in terms of strengthening the S-R connection. Skinner resembles
Thorndike in ...
Ronald R. Morgan, Judith A. Ponticell, Edward E. Gordon, 1998
Introduction to Psychology
Involves formation of new traces or new S-R connection Ex; reading of a poem,
learning multiplication table. 2. Fixation phase. Involves consolidation of traces,
strengthening of already formed S-R connection as memorizing a poem or table.
Sayed Jafar Mahmud, 2004
Control of Cognitive Processes: Attention and Performance XVIII
1993; Luck 1998; Miller 1999).6 In contrast, neither of these processes (
temporary goal activation; preactivation of domain-specific subsystems) should
have any effect on the potentially conflicting, learned S-R connection weights,
which may ...
Stephen Monsell, Jon Driver, 2000
Processes of Animal Memory (PLE: Memory)
... is now evidence for a variety of psychological effects that occur in fear
conditioning. We may expect that memory is one of them. A second, conventional
approach is to suppose that conditioning consists of forming a new S-R
Douglas L. Medin, William A. Roberts, Roger T. Davis, 2014
Computational Neuroscience for Advancing Artificial ...
Responding, however, does not entirely disappear in these situations,
suggesting that a S-R connection does exist and persist. In addition, this
decrease in responding following devaluation depends on the amount of training
given to the ...
Eduardo Alonso, 2011
Advanced Educational Psychology, 7E
The emphasis on practice to strengthen stimulus-response (S-R) connection is
for the purpose of enlistment of increasing numbers of stimuli as conditioners and
not for strengthening of individual connections. According to Guthrie, a child ...
S S Chauhan, 2009