Classical Conditioning IV

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1 Classical Conditioning IV Compound Conditioning What Is Compound Conditioning? l Compound Conditioning is classical conditioning where the CS consists of a compound stimulus. l A compound stimulus consists of two or more stimuli that are presented and withdrawn as a single unit. l The stimuli making up the compound are referred to as the elements of the compound. Example Compound Stimulus Pay attention as the next slide appears . . .
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3 What Were the Elements? l In the two-element compound stimulus just presented, the two elements were: ¡ A blue square, and ¡ A particular sound pattern. l Both were presented at the same time, and l Both were removed at the same time, after 2 seconds. Compound Conditioning Phenomena l Several phenomena have been discovered during investigations of compound conditioning. These include: ¡ Overshadowing ¡ Blocking ¡ Overexpectation ¡ Conditioned inhibition l The next slides describe the procedures that produce these phenomena and the phenomena that result. Overshadowing
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This note was uploaded on 10/14/2011 for the course PSYCH 100 taught by Professor X during the Spring '11 term at Fairfield.

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