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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
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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.  
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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.
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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.  
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Group  __No Pretraining___  : X = P ( US * | CS L
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