11-23-09 - Psychology 152 Class Notes 11/23/09 Be sure to...

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Psychology 152 – Class Notes – 11/23/09 Be sure to get the relative strengths for each of the types of conditioning if you don’t have them already (see previous notes). Backward conditioning: Sometimes this results in NO conditioning at all Little if any conditioning will occur to this procedure. Reverse the order of the two major stimuli Temporal conditioning: Environmental stimuli that get conditioned because they are correlated by the change in time. – CHECK THIS Simple things occur in the environment that occur and get conditioning The change in time itself (like the periodicity of the event occurring) is what gets correlated o Example: a bus that goes by every 15 minutes. The 45” on this diagram would then be replaced by 15 minutes. The periodicity of 15 minutes is what gets correlated with the environmental stimuli Rescorla-Wagner Model of Conditioning – SUPER IMPORTANT – MATHEMATICAL IN NATURE. This model of conditioning is called an S-R contiguity model 1. The effects of preconditioning appear to suggest that the test animal learns to
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This note was uploaded on 01/07/2010 for the course PSYCH 152 taught by Professor Rodneyclark during the Spring '09 term at Allegheny.

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11-23-09 - Psychology 152 Class Notes 11/23/09 Be sure to...

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