stimulus - PYSCH REVIEW 1. What is a discriminative...

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PYSCH REVIEW 1. What is a discriminative stimulus? The stimulus situation that sets the occasion for a response to be followed by reinforcement or punishment 2. What is an unconditioned response? Observable response that is produced automatically, prior to training, on presentation of an unconditioned stimulus 3. What is a conditioned response? Acquired response that is produced by the conditioned stimulus in anticipation for the unconditioned stimulus 4. What is a neutral stimulus? A stimulus that initially produces no response besides attracting attention, but in classical conditioning, when paired with the unconditioned stimulus becomes the conditioned stimulus 5. Know Pavlov’s research. 6. Know the lemon powder experiment we did in class. 7. What is stimulus generalization? Responding to a new stimulus in a way similar to the response produced by an established conditioned stimulus (Little Albert) 8. What is aversive conditioning? Subject is exposed to unpleasant stimuli in
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