070208 Question Sheet 3 - Ilya Chapter 3

070208 Question Sheet 3 - Ilya Chapter 3 - 1 latent...

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1. latent inhibition exposing to the CS before conditioning can reduce how quickly you can learn about it more exposure to cs, the more interference one observes with conditioning subject must pay attention to CS for conditioning to occur you might habituate and pay less attention to the CS so more conditioning will occur if the stimulus is novel significant bc you will be less likely to associate familiar stimuli w/ traumatic events 2. basic cc paradigm brought about by Pavlov and his experiments biologically signigicant stimulus could elicit response unconditionally drooling to food didn’t depend on being in an expieriment lead to the term unconditional stimulus response also didn’t depend on experiment so saliviating is unconditioned response if stimulus depends on conditioning exp, then the control over response is conditional, so stimulus is CS response is also conditional so CR (US = S*) Sn Rn + US UR Sn Rn CS CR + US UR CS CR + US UR CS CR (omit US) 1. unconditional stimulus (US) elicits unconditional response (UR) 2. neutral stimulus (Sn) elicits neutral response (i.e., "neutral" meaning nothing like the UR) 3. Sn paired repeatedly with US 4. Sn is called a "conditional stimulus" (CS) once it elicits the reflex (conditional response, or CR) before US is presented 5. CR not exactly like UR; is usually a weaker or initial component of it 6.[ When conditioning is maximally adaptive (efficient, or learned best), the CR appears right before the US and blends with the UR. 3. CC is associative Pavlov- bell and food were associated, the bell eventually elecited droolin bc it was associated with the food CS becomes a substitute for US Known as S-S learning Many experiments show that animals associate the CS with the US 4. various CC procedures
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2008 for the course PSYCH 311 taught by Professor Rovee-collier during the Spring '06 term at Rutgers.

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070208 Question Sheet 3 - Ilya Chapter 3 - 1 latent...

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