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CL+Fa10+L2-S - Conditioning Learning Lecture 2 Lecture...

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Conditioning & Learning: Conditioning & Learning: Lecture 2 Lecture 2 Elicited Behavior: Dual-Process Theory, Opponent Process Theory (Ch 2) & Classical/Pavlovian Conditioning (Ch 3) [email protected]
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Outline: Elicited Behavior, Outline: Elicited Behavior, Habituation & Sensitization (Ch Habituation & Sensitization (Ch 2) 2) I. Nature of Elicited Behavior II. Effects of Repeated Stimulation III. Dual-Process Theory IV. Extensions to Emotions & Motivated Behavior
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III. Dual-Process Theory III. Dual-Process Theory Different types of neural processes at work during increases vs decreases in Habituation process: produces decreases in response; in S-R system Sensitization process: produces enhanced response; in state system Applications Implications: elicited behavior can be influenced by neurophysiological events outside of reflex arc
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IV. Extensions to Emotions & IV. Extensions to Emotions & Motivated Behavior Motivated Behavior Emotional reactions & their aftereffects Opponent Process theory of motivation Opponent mechanisms during initial stimulus exposure Opponent mechanisms after extensive stimulus exposure Opponent aftereffects & motivation
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IV. Opponent Process Theory of IV. Opponent Process Theory of Motivation Motivation 3 common characteristics of emotional reactions 1. Biphasic: primary reaction then opposite after- reaction 2. Primary reaction becomes weaker (habituates) 3. Weakening primary reaction accompanied by strengthening after-reaction Primary process, a process: emotion-arousing
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This note was uploaded on 11/05/2011 for the course 830 311 taught by Professor Joannehash-converse during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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CL+Fa10+L2-S - Conditioning Learning Lecture 2 Lecture...

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