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Classical Conditioning Mechanisms
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What Makes Effective Conditioned and Unconditioned Stimuli Initial Response to the Stimuli CSs and USs are relative The Novelty of Conditioned Stimuli CS-Preexposure Effect Interference with conditioning produced by repeated exposures to the CS before the conditioning trials.
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What Makes Effective Conditioned and Unconditioned Stimuli The Novelty of Unconditioned Stimuli US Preexposure Effect Interference with conditioning produced by repeated exposures to the US before the conditioning trials. CS and US Intensity and Salience Stimulus salience
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What Makes Effective Conditioned and Unconditioned Stimuli Design Group Conditioning Test 1) Taste + Audiovisual Mild Footshock Taste/Audiovisual Cue “Noisy Water” 2) Taste + Audiovisual Sickness (LiCl) Taste/Audiovisual Garcia & Koelling (1966) Experiment
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What does the Garcia & Koelling (1966) Experiment Tell Us? Belongingness – certain stimuli are more easily associated together. (i.e., one predisposed to form certain associations more so than others).
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What Makes Effective Conditioned and Unconditioned Stimuli The Concept of Biological Strength Higher-Order Conditioning A procedure in which a previously conditioned stimulus (CS1) is used to condition a new stimulus (CS2) Counterconditioning A conditioning procedure that reverses the organism’s previous response to a stimulus.
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