Classical_Conditioning_Mechanisms

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Unformatted text preview: red with another biologically weak stimulus (CS1). Then, CS1 is conditioned with another US. In a later trial, CS2 also will elicit the CR, even though CS2 was never directly paired with the US. What Determines the Nature of the CR • Stimulus Substitution Model Introduced by Pavlov Organisms come to respond to CSs in much the same way that they respond to USs CS Center US Center BRAIN Response Center Stimulus Substitution Model • A Compensatory CR is an example of Stimulus Substitution Theory. CSs Body’s Reaction Response = Analgesia What Determines the Nature of the CR • US as a Factor for the CR – Jenkins & Moore (1973) Experiment • CS as a Determinant for the CR – Timberlake & Grant (1975) Experiment What Determines the Nature of the CR • Conditioned Behavior and Behavior Systems General Search Behavior Focal Search Behavior Consummatory Behavior (Copulation) CS CS Akins (2000) Experiment US US What Determines the Nature of the CR 1) Stimulus-Stimulus Relationship 2) Stimulus-Response Relationship - S-S Learning CS US CR S-R Learn...
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2010 for the course PSYCH 110 taught by Professor Rauhut during the Spring '10 term at Dickinson.

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