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Unformatted text preview: Danielle Zartman Josh Fetterman W 3:00 LAB SUMMARY 2 PART 1 - WRITTEN DESCRIPTION OF EXPERIMENT AND DATA 1. The four factors that have an impact on the rate of learning and response strength are novelty, intensity, contiguity, and relevance. Novelty is when the subject is less likely to respond to a CS that it has been exposed to previously and will pay more attention to something new. Intensity is described as the stimulus needing to be intense enough to be salient but not too strong that it disables the subject from reacting. Contiguity means that the stimulus may change in frequency but the stimulus itself remains the same and never changes. Relevance is a term used when the CS and US are somehow related in regards to external and internal states. 2. There are four component of a classical conditioning procedure. The components are the Unconditioned Response, 2....
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PSY 0405 taught by Professor Kristinaswanenburg during the Spring '08 term at Pittsburgh.
- Spring '08