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CL+Fa10+L3-S - Conditioning & Learning: Lecture 3...

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Conditioning & Learning: Conditioning & Learning: Lecture 3 Lecture 3 Classical/Pavlovian Conditioning, Conditioned jhash@rci.rutgers.edu
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Outline: Classical Conditioning Outline: Classical Conditioning Foundations (Ch 3) Foundations (Ch 3) I. Early Years II. Experimental Situations III. Excitatory CC IV. Inhibitory CC V. Prevalence of CC
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Review from last week: CC Review from last week: CC Classical Conditioning Paradigm Unconditioned stimulus (US) : cue that naturally evokes response Conditioned stimulus (CS) : cue that elicits response through repeated pairing (association) w/ US Unconditioned response (UR) : natural response Conditioned response (CR) : response brought about by CS
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CC Term Applications CC Term Applications My son, Jet, has a teddy bear that he sleeps with every night & during naps. When I’m here, in class, he’s comforted by his bear. US: __ UR: ___CS: ___CR:___ My brother was a bullrider, and got “horned” while a
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CL+Fa10+L3-S - Conditioning & Learning: Lecture 3...

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