Psyc 103 Lecture 7

Psyc 103 Lecture 7 - Psyc 103 Lecture 7 10/15/2007 1:04:00...

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Psyc 103 Lecture 7 15/10/2007 15:04:00 So far we’ve covered: Situations in which a stimulus elicits a response (e.g., reflexes, tropisms,  FAP) The effects of repeated stimulus presentations (e.g., habituations) A stimulus eliciting a compensatory response (e.g,. opponent process theory) Classical conditioning – stimulus that elicits no response is associated with one  that does In time, the first stimulus comes to elicit a similar response to the second  stimulus Conditioning Classical-reflexive responses are associated with new stimuli Operant-learning based on consequences of responding Making associations Classical conditioning Unconditioned stimulus (US): reliably elicits a response Unconditioned response (UR): innate reflex response elicited by  unconditioned stimulus
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course PSYC 103 taught by Professor Pearlberg during the Fall '07 term at UCSD.

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Psyc 103 Lecture 7 - Psyc 103 Lecture 7 10/15/2007 1:04:00...

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