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2/19/11 Topics for Friday, Feb 11 Drug-related CSs induce  Pavlovian CR Performance Subjective-Emotional Reactions  Physiological Reactions Skeletal-Motor Reactions 
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2/19/11 Conditioned Subjective-Emotional Reactions Conditioned euphoria or mood elevation, or  arousal, or excitement. Conditioned increase in urges to use the drug. Conditioned increase in cravings to experience 
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2/19/11 Conditioned Physiological Reactions   Conditioned changes in autonomic  responses (heart rate, skin conductance,  sweating, body temperature).  Conditioned changes in neurobiological  responses (increase in dopamine 
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2/19/11 Conditioned Skeletal-Motor Reactions Conditioned psychomotor activation  syndrome (investigating, rearing,  sniffing, forward locomotion, licking,  chewing, swallowing, grooming). Conditioned sign-tracking or  autoshaping (directed action, approach, 
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Pavlovian Sign-Tracking Sign-Tracking:  Pavlovian  conditioning of directed  skeletal motor behavior.  
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2011 for the course PSYCHLOGY 830 taught by Professor Jacobs during the Spring '09 term at Rutgers.

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