2.5.07 - Learning and Motivation(Continued Outline I...

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Learning and Motivation (2/5/07) (Continued 2/12/07) Outline: I. Excitatory Conditioning Paradigms A. First Order Conditioning B. Second Order Conditioning C. Sensory Conditioning D. Sensory Preconditioning E. Counter Conditioning II. Inhibitory Conditioning Paradigm A. Inhibitory Conditioning Procedures 1. Backward Conditioning 2. Standard Procedure 3. Differential Inhibition 4. Negative CS/US Contingency B. Inhibitory Conditioning Tests 1. Summation Test o Summing the effects of learning o Making an inhibitor you have trained (CS-) and adding it to a new exciter (CS+) o Present them simultaneously o Hope to see no change in behavior o Don’t want to see the conditioned response to the exciter o External inhibition Decrease in behavior as a result of a novel stimulus disrupting the environment (distracter) Summation test is trying to prove it is not external inhibition 2. Retardation Test o Trying to disprove latent inhibition o CS- paired with US o Takes a long time till you change to CS+ and increase CR
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PSY 0405 taught by Professor Kristinaswanenburg during the Spring '08 term at Pittsburgh.

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2.5.07 - Learning and Motivation(Continued Outline I...

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