Understand the different ways we learn
How do people learn different behaviours? How does biology affect our ability to learn new things?
On this course you will answer these questions and others, exploring the difference between learned and instinctive behaviours, and considering different approaches to how we learn – for instance, you’ve probably heard of Pavlov and his dog – this is an example of classical conditioning. But you’ll also learn about operant conditioning (learning behaviours based on positive or negative consequences), and observational learning (watching other people and imitating their behaviour).
This introductory course is for anyone interested in psychology – you don’t need any past experience.
It might be of particular use to learners who have already completed a Bachelor degree in other disciplines who are interested in expanding their science and research skills.
Complete this course, then the program
This course is part of the Introduction to Psychology Program, based on the first unit of Monash University’s fully online Graduate Diploma of Psychology (GDP).
Learners who successfully complete the seven courses in the Program and who are accepted into the Graduate Diploma of Psychology will receive one unit of academic credit.
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