Lecture 2-Outline - 1. Characteristics 2. Examples B....

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Experimental Psychology- Learning Lecture 2 Outline I. Lecture Introduction A. Announcements B. Lecture Overview II. Definitions A. Stimulus B. Response C. Elicit III. Elicited Behavior- Reflexes A. Reflex Arc B. Reflex Characteristics C. Examples of Reflexes IV. Elicited Behavior- Modal Action Patterns (MAPs) A. Definition of MAPs B. Characteristics of MAPs C. Eliciting stimuli for MAPs 1. Sign Stimulus 2. Supernormal Stimulus 3. MAPs in humans? V. Organization of Behavior A. Appetitive Behaviors
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Characteristics 2. Examples B. Consummatory Behaviors 1. Characteristicss 2. Examples Lecture 2 Outline (continued) C. Importance of these processes VI. Elicited Behaviors- Repeated Stimulation A. Habituation B. Sensitization C. Examples 1. Visual Attention in Infants (Bashinski et al., 1985) 2. Salivation in Adults (Epstein et al., 1992) 3. Startle Response in Rats (Davis et al., 1974)...
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