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Chapter 7 Learning and Conditioning Lecture 2 (1).pdf

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Principles of Classical Conditioning Extinction The weakening and eventual disappearance of a learned response Occurs when the CS is no longer paired with the US- i.e., continual presentation of an empty dish without the food will eventually not result in drooling. May experience spontaneous recovery of response after extinction 2
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Acquisition and Extinction 3 9 disappearance of a behaviour when it is not reinforced
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Extinction 4 9 Any other uses for this technique? Extinguishing fears?
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Extinction: Fear of Water 5
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Extinction 6 9 Halloween: Police extinguish fear of firecrackers and fireworks in dogs in the lead up to Halloween night.
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Extinction of Phobias 7
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Principles of Classical Conditioning Higher-order conditioning A procedure in which a neutral stimulus becomes a conditioned stimulus through association with an already - established conditioned stimulus 8
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Similar Stimulus, Similar Response Stimulus generalization
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