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# Topics+and+Notes+Friday+Feb+18+2011+_CL_ - CS was not...

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2/19/11 Topics for Friday, Feb 18 What causes the CS to become  associated with the US? Another Model of CS-US Association CS-US Contingency (Correlation) Model

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2/19/11 Delta P Model of Contingency The numbers:     CR   (X - Y)  where    X = P ( US     CS )    and
2/19/11 Delta P Model of Contingency The numbers (quantitative analysis):     CR       P =   [ P (US     CS) - P (US     NO CS) ]  CR       P  = (X - Y)

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2/19/11 Delta P Model of Contingency Applying the Contingency Model:   Step 1.  To calculate the value of Y,  count the number of times that the  CS was not presented during the

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Unformatted text preview: CS was not presented during the experience sample (i.e., periods 1-24). This is your denominator. 2/19/11 Calculating Delta P 2/19/11 Conclusion Thus, experimental evidence supports the view that X is important. CR performance is sensitive to P ( US ﺍ CS ). 2/19/11 Conclusion In addition, experimental evidence supports the view that Y is also important. CR performance is sensitive to P(US ﺍ NO CS). CR performance is inversely related to Y for any 2/19/11 Next Lecture CS - US Contingency Space Isocontingency Contours Contingency and Alcohol Drinking...
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