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when you call my name. ..
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salivate like Pavlov’s dog
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Pavlov’s Dog
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Ivan Pavlov made one of the most important contributions to psychology. Ivan Pavlov was not a psychologist. Ivan Pavlov was a physiologist – studying digestion.
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Salivary reflex * digestion starts with salivation. * salivary reflex food salivation
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A PROBLEM
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Give up. Retire early
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Or – make an enormous contribution to psychology Food salivation Footsteps salivation
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Food salivation (unconditioned stimulus) (unconditioned response) Footsteps salivation (conditioned stimulus) (conditioned response) Pavlovian Conditioning Classical conditioning
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Food salivation (unconditioned stimulus) (unconditioned response) Bell salivation (conditioned stimulus) (conditioned response) Pavlovian Conditioning Classical conditioning
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Question: What causes these simple associations to form? Answer: Temporal contiguity stimulus A and stimulus B occur close together in time.
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Is temporal contiguity sufficient for the formation of an association?
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Light … shock CR for light Light + …. shock Tone Tone … shock CR for tone?
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1. Light … shock
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2009 for the course PSYCH 001 taught by Professor Clark during the Spring '09 term at UC Riverside.

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