Quiz # 5 Vocab

Quiz # 5 Vocab - Quiz # 5 Vocabulary- Ch. 7&8 Learning: A...

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Learning: A relatively permanent change in behavior that is not due to fatigue, illness or drug ingestion. Ivan Pavlov: A Russian Psychologist Food → Salivation – Reflexively, without learning Training: Food + Bell → Salivation Eventually: Bell Alone (UCS) →Salivation (UCR) o Food → Salivation o (UCS) (UCR) *Stimulus Substitution - CS substitutes for the UCS- Bell Substitutes food* UCS: Unconditioned stimulus (Didn’t have to learn) Stimulus that automatically elicits a response, typically via a reflex without prior conditioning. CS: Conditioned Stimulus (Had to learn) A previously neutral stimulus that comes to elicit a conditioned response through association with an unconditioned stimulus. UCR: Unconditioned Response (Didn’t have to learn) The response originally given to the unconditioned stimulus, used as the basis for establishing a conditioned response to a previously neutral stimulus. CR: Conditioned Response (Had to learn) The learned or acquired response to a stimulus that did not evoke the response originally. Classical Conditioning:
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2008 for the course PSY 113 taught by Professor Singh during the Spring '08 term at Rhode Island.

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Quiz # 5 Vocab - Quiz # 5 Vocabulary- Ch. 7&8 Learning: A...

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