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Topics+and+Notes+Oct+19+2010+_CL_ - Lecture for Tuesday,...

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture for Tuesday, Oct 19 Novelty of CS and Novelty of US are Important CS-Only Pretraining US-Only Pretraining No Pretraining Novelty and Alcohol Drinking Novelty of CS and US are Important Pavlovian CR performance develops most rapidly and most reliably when the CS and the US are both novel when CS-US pairings begin. If either the CS or the US are not novel (have been pre-exposed prior to CS-US pairings), then the acquisition of CR performance will be retarded. CS Pre-Exposure Effect The CS is not novel if the CS has been presented repeatedly prior to CS-US pairings. Data reveal that CS-Only Pretraining retards the development of CR performance when CS and US are subsequently paired. This is called the CS pre-exposure effect or the latent inhibition effect. US Pre-Exposure Effect The US is not novel if the US has been presented repeatedly prior to CS-US pairings. Data reveal that US-Only Pretraining retards the development of CR performance when CS and US are subsequently paired. This is called the US pre-exposure effect. Group __No Pretraining___ : X = P ( US * | CS...
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 830:311 taught by Professor Rovee-collier during the Fall '09 term at Rutgers.

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