1.26.12 - responses Variable Interval (VI) reinforcement...

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1.26.12 We reviewed  1. Therapeutic Window: this was used as an  example that encompasses  the concepts of absorption, distribution, and  excretion; Time course of changing blood levels of drug; 2. Research design: Independent and dependent variables; Within vs. between subjects design;
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Pavlovian Conditioning Human examples?  Eye-blink conditioning
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Pavlovian Conditioning Human examples?  Eye-blink conditioning Unconditional Stimulus (US) Air-puff Unconditional Response (UR) blink Conditional Stimulus (CS) tone Conditional Response (CR)
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Operant  or Skinnerian  conditioning Behavior is controlled by its consequences
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Schedules of reinforcement Variable Ratio (VR) reinforcement after a variable number of responses Fixed Ratio (FR) – reinforcement after a fixed number of
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Unformatted text preview: responses Variable Interval (VI) reinforcement of first response after a variable amount of time Fixed Interval (FI) reinforcement of first response after a fixed time interval Cumulative record Stimulus properties of drugs Drug (state) Discrimination Nonhumans (and humans) can be trained to use a drug state as a discriminative stimulus turning left or right depending on the drug state Push one lever after an injection of saline push another lever after an injection of a drug This way, nonhumans can tell you if a drug produces a subjective effect; drug state Drug Discrimination Sal Drug Drug state (internal drug cue): right turn is reinforced. Saline state or no internal drug cue = left turn is reinforced....
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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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1.26.12 - responses Variable Interval (VI) reinforcement...

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