Lecture 3-Outline - VI. Additional Characteristics A....

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Experimental Psychology- Learning Lecture 3 Outline I. Lecture Introduction A. Announcements B. Lecture Overview II. Key Concepts A. Examples revisited B. Why Habituate or Sensitize? III. Habituation/ Sensitization A. Prerequisites 1. Must occur in the CNS 2. Not motor fatigue or sensory adaptation B. Stimulus-specific C. Response-specific IV. Dual Process Theory (Groves and Thompson, 1970) A. Mechanism of Behavior B. Characteristics of Dual Process C. Examples of Dual Process V. Time Course of Habituation/Sensitization A. Sensitzation B. Habituation 1. Short-term 2. Long-term
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Unformatted text preview: VI. Additional Characteristics A. Stimulus Specificity B. Dishabituation Lecture 3 Outline (continued) VII. Habituation and Sensitization in Invertebrates A. Aplysia as a model B. Observed responding C. Neural Substrates VIII. Habituation and Sensitization in Humans A. Emotional Reactions 1. Solomon and Corbit (1974), Biphasic response 2. Drug Tolerance 3. Withdrawal B. Opponent Process Theory 1. Mechanism of Behavior 2. Primary Process 3. Opponent Process 4. Application to Drug Addiction...
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