Exam 3 Review - Physiological Psychology Exam 3 Review...

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Physiological Psychology Exam 3 Review Study the 3 pre-training models and its calculations. DON’T FORGET TO BRING A CALCULATOR. Multiple Choice: 1. Using the experience sets, the Temporal Contiguity Model predicts that at the end of the 24th period: group No pretraining will show (more/less/ same ) amount of CR per- formance as group US only pretraining. x=1, x=1 2. Using the experience sets, the Delta P contingency model predicts that at the end of the 24th period: group no pretraining will show ( more /less/same) amount of CR per- formance than group US only pretraining. Delta P=1, Delta P=0.86 3. Using the experience sets, the Phi Coefficient Contingency Model predicts that at the end of the 24th period: group no pretraining will show ( more /less/same) amount of CR performance than group US only pretraining. Phi=1, Phi=0.65 4. According to the Delta P Contingency Model, the proper pseudoconditioning control group should experience: Delta P= P(US/CS)-P(US/No CS)=0 x y 5. According to the Delta P Contingency Model, inhibitory conditioning is observed
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 311 taught by Professor Davidstout during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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Exam 3 Review - Physiological Psychology Exam 3 Review...

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