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Introduction to Psychology Lecture 6: Learning, continued
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Other aspects of Classical Conditioning Factors affecting conditioning success
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Other Aspects of Classical Conditioning Second Order Conditioning –See Text Conditional Emotional Responses Biopreparedness
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“Conditioned Conditions” Phobias conditioned emotional response Little Albert Cancer treatment or pregnancy conditioned taste aversion Immune system function conditioned immune responses
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Figure 6.22 Conditioned taste aversion
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The Garcia Effect equipotentiality : any conditioned stimulus has an equal potential for becoming associated with any unconditioned stimulus shown to be not so (e.g. rats) UCS CS Avoidance No avoidance No avoidance X-rays No avoidance Avoidance Avoidance Shock Taste Sound Light
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Learning as Association Classical conditioning Operant conditioning
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