Learning(1) - Chapter 6: Learning Classical Conditioning...

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Chapter 6: Learning
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Classical Conditioning Ivan Pavlov Terminology Unconditioned Stimulus (UCS) Conditioned Stimulus (CS) Unconditioned Response (UCR) Conditioned Response (CR)
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Figure 6.1 Classical conditioning apparatus
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Figure 6.2 The sequence of events in classical conditioning
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Classical Conditioning: Additional Terminology Trial = pairing of UCS and CS Acquisition = initial stage in learning Stimulus contiguity = occurring together in time and space
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3 types of Classical Conditioning Simultaneous conditioning : CS and UCS begin and end together Short-delayed conditioning : CS begins just before the UCS, end together Trace conditioning : CS begins and ends before UCS is presented Classical Conditioning: Additional Terminology
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Classical Conditioning in Everyday Life Conditioned fears Other conditioned emotional responses Conditioning and physiological responses Conditioning and drug effects
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Classical conditioning of a fear response
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