Contingency_Theory

Contingency_Theory - CS predicts the absence of the US...

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Contingency Theory Conditioning : is determined by the degree to which one stimulus predicts the occurrence of another stimulus.
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A Continuum of Contingencies Positive Contingency: CS predicts the US Produces Excitatory Conditioning p(US:CS > US:No CS) Positive Contingency + -
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A Continuum of Contingencies (cont’d) Negative Contingency:
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Unformatted text preview: CS predicts the absence of the US Produces Inhibitory Conditioning p(US:CS < US:No CS) Negative Contingency-A Continuum of Contingencies (contd) Zero Contingency: CS has no predictive value Produces No Conditioning p(US:CS = US:No CS) Zero Contingency...
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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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