Lecture 5-Outline

Lecture 5-Outline - III Inhibitory Conditioning A...

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Experimental Psychology- Learning Lecture 5 Outline I. Lecture Introduction A. Announcements B. Lecture Overview II. Excitatory Conditioning A. Definition B. Terminology 1. Conditioning Trial 2. Training Session 3. Intertrial Interval 4. Interstimulus Interval C. Training Procedures 1. Short-delayed 2. Trace 3. Long-delayed 4. Simultaneous 5. Backward D. Controls in Excitatory Conditioning 1. Pseudoconditioning 2. Random Control 3. Explicitly Unpaired E. Strength of Excitatory Conditioning
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Unformatted text preview: III. Inhibitory Conditioning A. Prerequisites B. Training Procedures 1. Standard 2. Negative Contingency 3. Neurobiological Substrates C. Measuring Inhibitory Conditioning 1. Bidirectional Responses 2. Summation Test (Cole et al., 1997a) Lecture 5 Outline (continued) 2. Retardation of Acquisition (Cole et al., 1997b) IV. Classical Conditioning in Everyday life A. Examples...
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2010 for the course PSYC 356 taught by Professor Bishop during the Spring '08 term at Binghamton.

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