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3: Reflexive Chapter behavior and respondent conditioning: Basic I. Introduction II. Changes in phylogenetic behavior: nonassociative changes A. Habituation: decrease in responsiveness to US as a function of number of presentations of US B. Sensitization: increase in responsiveness to US as a function of number of presentations of US III. The study of changes in...

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3: Reflexive Chapter behavior and respondent conditioning: Basic I. Introduction II. Changes in phylogenetic behavior: nonassociative changes A. Habituation: decrease in responsiveness to US as a function of number of presentations of US B. Sensitization: increase in responsiveness to US as a function of number of presentations of US III. The study of changes in phylogenetic behavior: associative changes A. Respondent conditioning B. Respondent acquisition C. Respondent extinction D. Spontaneous recovery IV. Common preparations for respondent/classical conditioning A. Eyeblink human, rabbit B. GSR (aka SCR) C. suppression Conditioned D. Taste aversion 1. Can tolerate long CS-US interval 2. One trial 3. Very resistant to extinction 4. Selective nature of association E. Autoshaping (handout, pp. 153-154) F. Dependent measures 1. magnitude of response 2. probability of response 3. latency of response 4. number of trials ...

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