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Topics and Notes for Tuesday Feb 22 CS-US Contingency Theory Contingency Effects in the Real World The Weatherman Alcohol Drinking 
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Delta P Contingency Model According to the Delta P Contingency Model: CR       P  = (X - Y), where X = P (US     CS) and  Y = P (US     NO CS)
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CS-US Contingency Effects in the Real World The manner in which a person consumes  alcoholic beverages may influence the  likelihood that problem drinking will develop. For example, the objects used to consume  alcoholic beverages may be viewed as CSs that  are paired with alcohol US.  
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A CS-US Contingency Effect:   The Range of the Alcohol Drinking Repertoire The Broad drinking repertoire: The user  drinks alcohol from many different types  of implements, including a cocktail glass,  but also from beer bottles, beer can,  plastic cups, shot glasses, wine goblets,  etc.     This pattern of alcohol drinking is typical  of college students.  
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 830:311 taught by Professor Rovee-collier during the Spring '09 term at Rutgers.

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