The Modified Behaviorist Approach
My modified behaviorist approach to my learning outcome is learning the effects on conditioning and cognition constructivism, assimilations, equilibration, and motivation. It help us understand the way we learn and evaluate our outcome of a theory. Cognition develops stage to stage adaptive modes of thinking and reasoning. It is a process concept to understanding evolution and cognition. For example, I have two cousins; they are a set of twins. They are totaling different. Their behavior is modified and learned. Their behavior is genetic and learned through the environment. Basically, you have to use instruction to emphasis the cooperation in learning. Learning outcomes controls the thoughts, behaviors, emotions, and physical change of the brains. Create this approach in light of the biological basis of learning and memory
Learning and memory are closely related concepts. Learning is the acquisition of skill or knowledge, while memory is the expression of what you’ve acquired. Another difference is the speed with which the two things happen. If you acquire the new skill or knowledge slowly and laboriously, that’s learning. If acquisition occurs instantly, that’s making a memory. People learn and memory information using learning styles. It concentrates process and remembers new and difficult information. Memory operation has four functions which is to hear and read material, cram the information, recall the information and give excellent retention.
Humans have many learning and memory systems. The major system are procedural, perceptual representation semantic (PRS), primary and episodic. They are classification with memory proposed. It is investigated by cognition information processing researchers. It includes subsystems that distinguished from systems by different kinds of information. They are presumed to process.
Procedural is the performance system. It...