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CL+Fa10+L5-S - Conditioning & Learning: Lecture 5...

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Conditioning & Learning: Conditioning & Learning: Lecture 5 Lecture 5 Classical/Pavlovian Conditioning: Mechanisms (Ch 4) jhash@rci.rutgers.edu
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Outline: Classical Conditioning Outline: Classical Conditioning Mechanisms (Ch 4) Mechanisms (Ch 4) I. II. Determinants of the Nature of the CR III. How CS & US become Associated
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II. Determinants of Nature of CR II. Determinants of Nature of CR Stimulus-substitution model US as determining factor for CR Conditioning model of drug tolerance CS as determinant Conditioned responding & behavior systems S-R vs S-S learning
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II. Nature of CR: Stimulus- II. Nature of CR: Stimulus- Substitution Model Substitution Model US as determining factor for CR Learning & Homeostasis: Feedback loops & feed- forward anticipation Psychoactive drug response studies Conditioning model of drug tolerance Physiological AND conditioning process Fig 4.8
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CS as Determinant (Fig 4.9) Behavioral Systems (Fig 4.10) S-R vs S-S Learning (Fig 4.11)
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III. How CS & US Become
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