PSY2.26 - I. Classical Conditioning Learning through...

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I. Classical Conditioning Learning through stimuli. Taste Aversion Learned distaste for a substance USC -The substance UCR - Nausea CS - Sight or smell of the substance CR - Nausea in response to the sight or the smell of the substance Extinction Once the CS is no longer followed by the UCS, the CS loses its ability to elicit the CR. Ex. Pavlov's bell eventually lost it's power to elicit the salivation. Spontaneous Recovery When the CS once again elicits the CR after extinction. Ex. Pavlov might quickly elicit the conditioned response by one or two pairings of the CR and CS. After the classically conditioned response has been extinct, getting it to come back with a stimulus. Generalization Responding to different stimuli as though they are equivalent. Ex. Recacting in fear to music that sound similar to the Jaws theme. Pavlov's dogs salivating in response to different tones, different geometric figures. Discrimination
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