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Topics+and+Notes+Nov+2+2010+_CL_ - TopicsforTuesday,Nov2

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Topics for Tuesday, Nov 2 Problems with Contingency Models ITI Duration Effects Blocking Effect Classes of Computational Models Wagner-Rescorla  Linear-Operator Model
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CS-US Contingency Models  Fail to Predict Effects the duration of the intertrial interval  (ITI). Blocking effect in compound conditioning  procedures
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Blocking 
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What does the  blocking effect tell us? The real-time sequence of events within the  experience set is important. All CS-US pairings are not equally effective in  producing CR performance.  First impressions are the most important.  Early  pairings of a CS with the US have more of an effect  on CR performance than later pairings.   Physical reality is subject to filtering or gating, such  that the physical reality may be ignored. 
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Classes of Computational Models of  CS – US Association     Molar Chunking Models    Temporal Contiguity Model  Delta P Contingency Model Phi Coefficient Contingency Model
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