Learning - Learning Pavlovandpsychicreflexesdemonstration

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Learning 04:57 Pavlov and psychic reflexes demonstration Classical conditioning Unconditioned stimulus (US) Naturally elicits a response (pain from needle)  Unconditioned response (UR) Natural response, don’t need to learn it Conditioned stimulus (CR) Conditioned response (CR) Often same as unconditioned response just triggered by different stimulus Acquisition Stimulus contiguity Simultaneous presentation (tone and meat at same time) Short-delayed (tone lasting then meat) Trace (tone, delay, presentation Short-delayed/trace more effective (more predictable) Saliency of stimulus Unique characteristics to situation Biological influence Conditioned taste aversion Extinction Override fear CS (spider)   CR (Fear)    UCS= spider bite Present CS alone without UCS (spider without spider bite) Get used to CS and CR goes away Spontaneous Recovery (CR returns)
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course PSYC 101 taught by Professor Loeb during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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