LP lecture 6 - Topics for Tuesday Feb 8 Pavlovian...

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Topics for Tuesday, Feb 8 Pavlovian Conditioning Procedures Pavlovian Conditioned Responses (CRs)
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Pavlovian Conditioning Procedures Conditioned stimulus (CS) Orienting reflex (OR) Tone CS Turn head toward CS Unconditioned stimulus (US) Unconditioned Response (UR) Food US Salivation UR
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Subjects behavior toward the CS changes as a function of repeated experience with the CS
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After Repeated Experience with CS-US Pairings Tone CS Salivation CR One each trial, the subject salivates to the Tone CS before the presentation of the Food US.
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Repeated CS-US Pairings Causes the subject to learn that the CS is a signal for the US Causes the subject to associate the CS with the US Causes the subject to behave towards the CS in a manner appropriate to the US
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Why does the subject perform the CR? The subject is not required to perform the CR in order to obtain the US The subject receives the US after the CS regardless of what the subject does The CR is not an instrumental or operant response
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Why does the subject perform the CR? The CR develops due to mere experience with CS-US pairings. The CR does not develop if the CS and the US are presented randomly with respect to one another.
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What are the characteristics of the Pavlovian CR? The Pavlovian CR is an acquired reflex. It is triggered by the presentation of the CS. The Pavlovian CR is an involuntary action .
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