1.31.12 Ch 3 - 1.26.12 Review 1.26.12 Review Pavlovian...

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1.26.12 Review
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1.26.12 Review Pavlovian  Conditioning : The CR is  elicited  from  the animal by the CS.   Expose animal/human  to the CS and a CR is  observed. Stimulus – Stimulus  learning.   S-S Operant Conditioning: Have to operate on  environment, or  make a response for  learning to occur.   That is, some  response followed by  a  consequence  (reward or  punishment) is what  makes learning 
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1.26.12 Review These are taught as separate processes, but  in reality animals (including human animals)  can exhibit both types of learning  simultaneously…
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1.26.12 Review Top  graph is based on  cumulative responding See text for full  explanation. Bottom  two graphs are  based on average # of  responses … this is  different than  cumulative responding.
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1.26.12 Review Stimulus properties of drugs… Can use drug discrimination procedures to find  out information about internal drug states…
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Drug Discrimination Sal Drug
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Drug state (internal drug cue): right turn is reinforced. “Saline” state or no internal drug cue = left turn is reinforced.
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Drug Reward/Reinforcement Drug Self-Administration IV catheter allows animal to self-administer  drug.  A schedule of reinforcement defines when drug  is available. Tells us about drug abuse liability Helps us understand how the brain motivates 
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Drug Reward/Reinforcement Drug Self-Administration
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Measuring Drug Effects in  Nonhumans
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Measuring Drug Effects in  Nonhumans Unconditioned  Behavior Spontaneous Motor  Activity (SMA)  Open field test
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Measuring Drug Effects in  Nonhumans Unconditioned  Behavior Inclined plane test
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Measuring Drug Effects in  Nonhumans Elevated plus maze Measures fear and anxiety
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Measuring Drug Effects in  Nonhumans Unconditioned  behavior Paw lick latency test Measures pain and  analgesia
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Measuring Drug Effects in  Humans
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Dissociation Dissociation or state dependent learning Group Training 
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course PYSC 503 taught by Professor Mr.harrod during the Spring '12 term at South Carolina.

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