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Unformatted text preview: Foundations Classical Conditioning Associative Learning : learning that certain events occur together. The events may be 2 stimuli (Classical Conditioning) or a response followed by an outcome (Operant Conditioning). Classical Conditioning Also called Pavlovian Conditioning or Respondent Conditioning Definition: Procedure: Two stimuli are presented together in space and time Result: One stimulus comes to control a behavior that it previously did not. Does Classical Conditioning simply involve modifying physiological or glandular responses? Different Types of Classical Conditioning 1) Appetitive Conditioning: The US is a stimulus that is pleasurable or has some hedonic value. The CR mimics the UR. (E.g., Salivation) 2) Aversive Conditioning: The US is a stimulus that is aversive. The CR is opposite the UR. E.g., The Conditioned Emotional Response (CER) Procedure UR US Pavlovian Conditioning Before Conditioning CS No UR During Conditioning CS US UR After Conditioning CR CS Sign Tracking Autoshaping Discovered by Brown & Jenkins (1968) Procedure Light Food Result Pigeon pecks the light Pavlovian Fear Conditioning Before Conditioning CS No CR US UR - Hyperactiviity During Conditioning CS US UR - Hyperactivity After Conditioning CR - Freezing CS Conditioned Emotional Response (CER) Procedure...
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